Adobe Muse is available as part of the Creative Cloud Team, as well as Creative Cloud for Enterprise (CCE and EEA) offerings. You can deploy Adobe Muse in a managed environment easily using the Creative Cloud Packager.
With the introduction of Creative Cloud Packager version 1.5, the packaging and deployment workflow of Adobe Muse for Team and Enterprise users has been further streamlined. It does not require the provisioning workflow anymore.
Still, being an AIR based application, Muse is deployed as part of the applications packaged in the Exceptions folder.
Please refer Creating or editing packages article for help with creating a package for deployment using the Creative Cloud Enterprise serial number. Once you have the package created, refer Using Adobe Exceptions Deployer to deploy Muse as part of the applications in the Exceptions folder.
Muse for Enterprise users no longer requires a separate serial number and is serialized using the Creative Cloud Enterprise serial number following the above process.
Launch Adobe Muse after activation
Once the commands above have completed successfully, activate Adobe Muse with the Adobe Muse serial number and launch it as a subscribed version using any and all valid Adobe IDs (with or without subscription associated with the same). Follow the below steps to launch and use Adobe Muse after activation:
- Launch Adobe Muse.
- At the Welcome Screen, choose the first option Sign In to An Existing subscription.
- Enter any existing valid Adobe ID and its associated password. Or, create an Adobe ID and sign in.
Adobe ID requirement
In contrast with other applications under the CCE or EEA license installed using the Enterprise serial number, Muse does require a valid Adobe ID to launch successfully. If you do not want your users to have or enter an Adobe ID upon launch, do not install Adobe Muse.
Muse requires a valid Adobe ID to link it to the Typekit and Business Catalyst services, which are tightly integrated with Muse. It does not use the Adobe ID to validate subscription or ownership of license. But, it pings the Adobe servers to verify if the Adobe ID entered does in fact exist in Adobe's user database and can be safely linked to Typekit and Business Catalyst services.