The certificate shows the procedures to customize managed packages for the Creative Cloud desktop app.
As an admin on the Adobe Admin Panel, you can decide how your end users interact with the Creative Cloud apps and services that you make available to them. For example, you can install apps and updates on users’ computers, or you tin allow them to practice self-serve. Yous can besides enable users to sign into Artistic Cloud via the browser on their computers.
Utilise the following setup and installation customization methods:
Using managed packages
The customization options that y’all set up during bundle creation are practical to all machines to which that package is deployed.
Enable self-service install
When yous create and deploy packages to end-user computers, the Creative Cloud desktop app is installed on the computers as part of the deployment. Past default, users tin can then become to theApps tab in theArtistic Cloud desktop app to install and update apps on their computers on their ain.
Employ theEnable self-service installselection to allow (enable Apps panel) or disallow (disable Apps panel) users in this production contour to install apps and updates.
If you permit users to install apps and updates, you lot can also choose to show or hide older version of apps in the Creative Deject desktop app. For case, you may desire to prevent users from installing older versions of apps.
If you deselect this option, users volition have no means to install or update apps on their own. As well, the users run across a message in the Apps tab that says-
You lot don’t have access to manage apps.
Allow non-admins to update and install apps
End users may or may non have operating arrangement level administrative privileges on their computers. And so, even if you select Enable self-service install, they still might not be able to install or update apps on their computers. SelectingLet non-admins to update and install apps
allows users to install and update apps even if they exercise not have authoritative privileges on their computer.
To allow users to install and update apps on their computers, you must choose both the options:Enable self-service install andAllow non-admins to update and install apps.
- TheAllow non-admins to update and install appsoption is only available if you choose theEnable self-service install option.
- Too, you may choose theEnable self-service install option and not choose theAllow not-admins to update and install appschoice. In this instance, only users with administrative privileges on their computers can install and update apps.
Disable motorcar-update for terminate users
The Auto-update pick in the Creative Cloud desktop app, allows your end users to choose apps that they want to automobile-update. This implies that any app a user selects will update on their machines as soon as Adobe release a major or minor update for the app.
Disable auto-update for end-users
option allows you to prevent users from enabling auto-update on apps. In this instance, the
selection is not bachelor in the Artistic Cloud desktop app for which you’ve deployed the packet.
See how terminate users enable or disable automobile-updates.
The Auto-update choice in the Creative Cloud desktop app, allows your end users to choose apps that they desire to motorcar-update. This implies that whatsoever app a user selects volition update on their machines equally presently equally Adobe release a major or modest update for the app.
Disable automobile-update for finish-users
pick allows you to preclude users from enabling machine-update on apps. In this case, the
choice is non available in the Creative Deject desktop app for which you’ve deployed the package.
Enable self-service plugin install
This feature is not available for Adobe’southward pedagogy customers.
Every bit an admin, yous can add plugins to your package while creating a managed package. These plugins are besides bachelor on the Creative Cloud desktop app. Utilize theEnable self-service plugin install
option to allow users to install and update plugins from the Artistic Cloud desktop app. Whenever y’all toggle this option, the users must quit and relaunch, or sign out and sign dorsum into the Creative Cloud desktop app to reflect the change.
If selected, users can become to the Marketplace tab in the Creative Cloud desktop app to scan, install, or uninstall plugins. If deselected, the users can only uninstall the plugins that were non installed using a managed package. They can’t browse or install any new plugins.
For the plugins installed from a bundle, users can’t enable, disable, or remove them. You must create and install an update bundle to manage the plugins installed from packages.
If selected, users can go to the Marketplace tab in the Creative Cloud desktop app to browse, install, or uninstall plugins. The plugins installed using a managed packet tin only exist uninstalled using the Extension Manager Command-line tool.
If deselected, the users can only uninstall the plugins that were not installed using a managed parcel. They tin can’t scan or install any new plugins.
As an end user, you tin:
- Scan through thousands of extensions, plugins, scripts, and more than to raise your inventiveness and extend the functionality of Creative Cloud applications.
- Install or uninstall plugins using the Market place tab.
For more than data, see Install extensions and add-ons for Adobe apps.
Disable file syncing
As an Admin, you can choose to disable Artistic Cloud file syncing on your stop users’ computers. By default, file syncing is enabled. However, disabling this option is useful when you are deploying packages in a exam surroundings. For example, if y’all’re testing for deployment scenarios, y’all do not require, a potentially large number of the files to sync across devices.
If file sync is enabled (default): Equally an stop user, if your Admin has allowed file syncing for your enterprise or teams Creative Cloud account, the Adobe Artistic Cloud desktop app keeps all the avails in sync. You tin preview many creative asset types direct in a web browser on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. These asset types include: Adobe Fonts, file formats such as PSD , AI, INDD, JPG, PDF, GIF, PNG, Photoshop Touch on, and many others.
Files > Your files to browse your assets.
For more than, see Browse, sync, and manage assets.
If file sync is disabled: As an finish user, if your Admin has disallowed file syncing for your enterprise or teams Creative Deject account, most of your assets are not synchronized across devices. Adobe Fonts will proceed to sync. Equally a practice, we exercise not recommend disabling file sync. However, this feature is provided, usually, for admins in enterprises and teams to test their deployments.
Enable browser-based login
As an Admin, when you create and deploy packages, your end users must launch the Creative Cloud desktop app to get started with Adobe products and services. When users launch the app, they are required to sign in.
Past default, users must sign in using the Creative Cloud desktop app. However, yous can choose to redirect users to sign in via the browser past selectingEnable browser-based login.
If you have users who take previously deployed packages, these users can sign in via the Artistic Cloud desktop app, direct. This functionality is available in versions 5.seven or subsequently of the Creative Deject desktop app. And so, your users tin can either update the Creative Cloud desktop app or yous tin create and deploy a bundle with merely the latest version of the app.
As an end user, if you aren’t already signed in, when y’all launch the Creative Cloud desktop app, yous are immediately redirected to sign in via your default browser.
Later on you lot sign in, you are prompted with this message:
When you become back to the Creative Deject desktop app, default panel is displayed.
Enable install of beta apps
As an Admin, when you lot create and deploy packages, you can enable your end users to install and update beta app via the Artistic Cloud Desktop application.
As an finish-user, you’ll have the pick to install and update beta apps via the
tab on the Creative Cloud Desktop application.
When you lot create and deploy packages to terminate-user computers, the Creative Deject desktop app is installed on the computers as part of the deployment. By default, users tin can then go to theApps tab in theCreative Cloud desktop app to install and update apps on their computers.
file to allow (enable Apps console) or disallow (disable Apps panel) users to install apps and updates.If you deselect this choice, users will take no means to install or update apps on their own.
Follow the steps to enable or disable the
panel using theServiceConfig.xml:
menu in the Creative Cloud desktop app, click
Get out Artistic Cloud.
Navigate to the following location and locate the
C:\Program Files (x86)\Mutual Files\Adobe\OOBE\Configs\
- macOS:/Library/Application Back up/Adobe/OOBE/Configs/
Copy the file to your desktop and open this copy in a text editor such every bit TextEdit.
In the file, observe the <visible> element and change the content toTrue or
(Default) to enable or disable the Apps panel.
Save the edited file and copy it back to the
folder you copied it from, replacing the original file.
Launch the Creative Cloud desktop app.
Using Artistic Cloud Packager (
Creative Cloud Packager is no longer in development and no updates will be provided. Also, Artistic Cloud Packager cannot be used to create packages that include Creative Cloud 2019 apps or later. Learn More.
We recommend that yous apply the create package workflows provided in the Adobe Admin Console to create Named User Licensing
Shared Device Licensing
Use this method to apply customization options using packages created from Artistic Cloud Packager. The customization options that yous set during package creation are applied to all machines on which that package is deployed.