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When write command AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool access denied

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Feb 16, 2016

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Hi I am using Win2008 Server R2

With elevated command prompt I am trying to execute following command but it is giving access denied:

AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool --root="G:/CreativeCloudUpdate" --fresh

The address does not look quite right based on the documentation.

Using the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST)

The root folder is the file-system location on your in-house update server where updates from the Adobe update server are stored. The root folder location must map to a valid HTTP URL.

Note:

Ensure that the root folder lies within the access of the server root location so that update content can be served by the web server.

 

As an example, suppose:

In this case (which we will use as an example throughout this document), the root folder location is
--root="/serverroot/updates/Adobe/CS"


For this example, the command to run the updates will be:
AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool --root="/serverroot/updates/Adobe/CS" --fresh

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When write command AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool access denied

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Hi I am using Win2008 Server R2

With elevated command prompt I am trying to execute following command but it is giving access denied:

AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool --root="G:/CreativeCloudUpdate" --fresh

The address does not look quite right based on the documentation.

Using the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST)

The root folder is the file-system location on your in-house update server where updates from the Adobe update server are stored. The root folder location must map to a valid HTTP URL.

Note:

Ensure that the root folder lies within the access of the server root location so that update content can be served by the web server.

 

As an example, suppose:

In this case (which we will use as an example throughout this document), the root folder location is
--root="/serverroot/updates/Adobe/CS"


For this example, the command to run the updates will be:
AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool --root="/serverroot/updates/Adobe/CS" --fresh

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The address does not look quite right based on the documentation.

Using the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST)

The root folder is the file-system location on your in-house update server where updates from the Adobe update server are stored. The root folder location must map to a valid HTTP URL.

Note:

Ensure that the root folder lies within the access of the server root location so that update content can be served by the web server.

 

As an example, suppose:

In this case (which we will use as an example throughout this document), the root folder location is
--root="/serverroot/updates/Adobe/CS"


For this example, the command to run the updates will be:
AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool --root="/serverroot/updates/Adobe/CS" --fresh

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