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Remote Update Manager (RUM) and Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan

Adobe Employee ,
Jan 28, 2016

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As some of you have noticed, your Remote Update Manager (RUM) function has stopped working under Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan. In the past, the Remote Update Manager was located in /usr/sbin. Apple made some changes to the operating system that required us to move Remote Update Manager to a new location. It is now installed in /user/local/bin. The Remote Update Manager documentation has been updated to reflect this change:

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In order to make your Mac deployment packages compatible with this change, you'll need to recreate them using the latest version of the Creative Cloud Packager (1.9.3 or later).

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Remote Update Manager (RUM) and Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan

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Jan 28, 2016

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As some of you have noticed, your Remote Update Manager (RUM) function has stopped working under Mac OS 10.11 El Capitan. In the past, the Remote Update Manager was located in /usr/sbin. Apple made some changes to the operating system that required us to move Remote Update Manager to a new location. It is now installed in /user/local/bin. The Remote Update Manager documentation has been updated to reflect this change:

Use Adobe Remote Update Manager

In order to make your Mac deployment packages compatible with this change, you'll need to recreate them using the latest version of the Creative Cloud Packager (1.9.3 or later).

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