Hi,

 

I am new to this adobe cloud package. I need help to deploy Creative Cloud and Adobe Acrobat reader DC silently using SCCM2012 . Please let me know the steps and the switches used for installation of these two application.

 

Thanks,

GP

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Thanks for the reply.
Yes i already have downloaded the adobe reader from the link provided.
Now i need to have the Creative Cloud packager itself to be silently installed using switches. So if you could help on this that would be great.

Answered 06/16/2015 by: lgovindprakash
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Errrr...no, you use CCP to create deployment packages for the CC products.

Install it on your packaging/sequencing VM and then run it, pointing it at the folder which contains the product for which you need to create a deployment package.

Answered 06/16/2015 by: VBScab
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I dont find the CCP setup file any where in the adobe site page. 
Answered 06/16/2015 by: lgovindprakash
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Answered 06/16/2015 by: dunnpy
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I tried those links but i don't find the creative cloud packager. I see only creative cloud .
Answered 06/16/2015 by: lgovindprakash
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Which part of the page are you unable to read?!?!? https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/packager/creating-packages.html

Download Creative Cloud Packager

Download Adobe Creative Cloud Packager.


Answered 06/16/2015 by: VBScab
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I saw in those both links but i didn't get the package, don't we have a free trial version of Creative cloud packager tool? 
Answered 06/16/2015 by: lgovindprakash
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So...without a licensed Adobe product, how are you going to package for it? Both CCP and AAM require entry of a valid license before you can create the deployment package.

Go to LWS, log in with your or your client's Adobe ID and you'll see listed the products for which you/they have licenses, amongst which will be CCP.

Answered 06/16/2015 by: VBScab
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Dude, as everyone else has pointed out, go to the Adobe Creative Cloud admin site, log in and you will be able to download the Creative Cloud Packager (CCP) tool. From there, just install CCP and you will be able to download/create your silent deployment for whatever Adobe app you need including the Creative Cloud app. And just an FYI, the CC app is just garbage. There is no way to disable update prompts the users will see whenever Adobe decides to release one. And even worse, you can not exclude Creative Cloud from your main deployment for any of the main Adobe applications. It's total bs imo...
Answered 06/17/2015 by: kamofy
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  • Hi I didnt the same. But still i coudnt . And i am seeing for a trial version of it as well.
  • SOrry i did the same. But still i couldn't . And i am seeing for a trial version of it as well.
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For Reader, download the appropriate MSI from here and use the normal arguments on the command line. To customise the MSI, use the Adobe Customization Tool.

For the CC applications, you need to use the Creative Cloud Packager. 

Surprisingly, this new Google thingy pointed this out to me when I entered 'creative cloud silent'. I keep saying but no-one's listening - this thing's going to be HUUUUGE when it catches on.


Answered 06/15/2015 by: VBScab
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