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Doubts on installation on cloned devices

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Jul 16, 2018

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Hello there!

Here in my job, we have a lab with 20 Creative Cloud licenses, already installed and activates on 20 PCs.

We are upgrading the lab to 45 PCs and already working on buying the additional licenses.

We want to format the 20 "older" PC's to start with everything "new", and finally my question is:

Is there any way to install Creative Cloud apps on one SSD, clone this SSD to all other PC's and activate the CC automatically?
Or we have to install on each one separately?

Thanks in advance!

Adriano Reis

Helpdesk - Universidade Católica de Petrópolis

One way to go about it would be to use a serialized deployment using Creative Cloud Packager. If you have that option.

Create packages for Adobe Creative Cloud

Those can after installation then be cloned or installed separately.

If your students have individual licenses(named user) the above will work as well if you skip the serial part and use Named User instead.

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Doubts on installation on cloned devices

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Hello there!

Here in my job, we have a lab with 20 Creative Cloud licenses, already installed and activates on 20 PCs.

We are upgrading the lab to 45 PCs and already working on buying the additional licenses.

We want to format the 20 "older" PC's to start with everything "new", and finally my question is:

Is there any way to install Creative Cloud apps on one SSD, clone this SSD to all other PC's and activate the CC automatically?
Or we have to install on each one separately?

Thanks in advance!

Adriano Reis

Helpdesk - Universidade Católica de Petrópolis

One way to go about it would be to use a serialized deployment using Creative Cloud Packager. If you have that option.

Create packages for Adobe Creative Cloud

Those can after installation then be cloned or installed separately.

If your students have individual licenses(named user) the above will work as well if you skip the serial part and use Named User instead.

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As far as I know, a "regular" Cloud license and activation is specific to the account owner, which is limited to 2 activations

-Cloud License allows 2 activations at a time http://www.adobe.com/legal/licenses-terms.html

Check the links below for Enterprise information... Forum and links for help with the Packager

-http://forums.adobe.com/community/download_install_setup/creative_suite_enterprise_deployment

-and more information and Packager Links https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1586021

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One way to go about it would be to use a serialized deployment using Creative Cloud Packager. If you have that option.

Create packages for Adobe Creative Cloud

Those can after installation then be cloned or installed separately.

If your students have individual licenses(named user) the above will work as well if you skip the serial part and use Named User instead.

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