Methods for deploying ETLA products in enterprise environments 

Enterprise Term License Agreement (ETLA) products use various tools to prepare them for installation in an enterprise environment.  The information below guides you through the tools to deploy our products. Expand the sections below for the products you are deploying.

Creative Cloud products

Note: Products marked as exceptions do not use the Creative Cloud installer, which creates special considerations. Products marked as services are not installed on the physical machine and are available online through Named licensing. Only users assigned a Creative Cloud All Apps membership with services enabled can access these features.

  • Acrobat XI Pro (Exception)
  • Edge Inspect (Exception)
  • InDesign
  • Adobe Media Encoder
  • Edge Reflow (Exception)
  • Lightroom (Exception)
  • Adobe Muse (Exception)
  • ExtendScript Toolkit
  • PhoneGap Build (Service)
  • After Effects
  • Extension Manager
  • Photoshop
  • Audition
  • Fireworks
  • Prelude
  • Bridge
  • Flash Builder
  • Prelude Live Logger (Service)
  • Dreamweaver
  • Flash Professional
  • Premiere Pro
  • Edge Animate (Exception)
  • Gaming SDK
  • Scout
  • Edge Code (Exception)
  • Illustrator
  • SpeedGrade

 

  • InCopy
  • Story Plus (Service)

The Creative Cloud Packager is used to create the installation files from Creative Cloud software.  You must obtain the installation files using the Creative Cloud Packager.  Most the Creative Cloud software can be easily packaged using this tool. The Creative Cloud serial number can be used on both platforms, but you must create a separate software package for each.  Furthermore, Windows 32 bit and 64 bit require separate packages.  This tool wraps Adobe's native installer in an MSI file on Windows or a PKG file on Mac to simplify the deployment process.  The information below is a quick reference guide to prepare your software for installation.

Acrobat Professional does have special considerations for deployment as part of the Creative Cloud for Windows. The information below focuses on installing Acrobat as part of the Creative Cloud software although support recommends using the Adobe Customization wizard to Package Acrobat Professional separately on Windows. The Adobe Customization wizard does allow for additional installation option and preference customization.

Acrobat Professional for Mac is not an exception and can be packaged using the Creative Cloud Packager; unless you want the extra functionality of the Adobe Customization wizard. For information on packaging Acrobat Professional separately, see the Adobe Acrobat Professional and Standard section.

  • Lightroom and Muse display the EULA and sign in information on launch using the information below. You must perform additional steps, after completing the process below, to disable these notifications. See Installing products in the Exceptions folder, for more information.

Packaging Creative Cloud software

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    Note:  There are two methods to download the Creative Cloud Packager. Use the section that applies to you.  If you are unsure, use the licensing website.

    Accessing the Creative Cloud Packager from the Licensing website

    1. Log in to the Licensing website: licensing.adobe.com.
    2. Choose Licenses > Downloads.
    3. Select your company's ETLA deploy to ID from the End Users/Deploy-to drop down.
    4. Select Creative Cloud Pckgr from the Product Name drop down.
    5. Click the Creative Cloud Pkgr link for the platform.
    Click the Creative Cloud Pkgr link
    1. Click Download then Accept to continue.
    2. Save the CCPLaunch install locally then run it to install.
    3. Follow the onscreen instructions.

    Accessing the Creative Cloud Packager from the Admin Console

    1. Log in to the Admin Console: https://adminconsole.adobe.com/enterprise
      Note:
      You must have been set up on the Admin Console before obtaining the software through this method.
    2. Click the Deployment tab and click the Download for Win or Mac platform link.
    3. Save the CCPLaunch install locally then run it to install.
    4. Follow the onscreen instructions.
    Click the Download for Win or Mac link
  2. For serialized deployments, get your Creative Cloud ENT serial number from the licensing website. For named licensing deployments, proceed to the next step.

    Accessing serial number on the Licensing website

    1. Log in to the Licensing website: licensing.adobe.com.
    2. Choose Licenses > Retrieve Serial Number.
    3. Select your company's ETLA deploy to ID from End User ID or Deploy-to ID fields and click Search.
    4. Select Creative Cloud ENT from the Product Name drop-down.
    5. For bundles or products that are listed as video below, use the Creative Cloud ENT serial number with VIDEO under the Additional Text field.
    Access serial numbers

    Video products include

    After Effects

    Adobe Premiere Pro

    Audition

    SpeedGrade

    Prelude

    1. For any other bundles or products, use the NONVIDEO serial number.  
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.  See Creative Packager Help for information on using the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • Serial Number Licenses include offline activation files that allow the installation to operate in offline environments.
    • Named Licenses require an Internet connect to license the logged in user.
    • Creative Cloud Desktop application requires a login. We do not recommend installing this application in Serialized packages unless your users self-manage product installations and updates.
    • Products are selected on the Applications & Updates screen.
    • Video, Web, or Design custom bundles are manually selected on the Applications & Updates screen.  Your Orientation package contained a PDF detailing which products are included. If you are unable to locate the PDF, contact ecs@adobe.com for a new copy.
    • Previous versions can be selected by selecting Show Archived Versions.
    Select products on the Applications & Updates screen
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    Important: The folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager can be used to perform a UI installation (double-clicking the installer) or a silent installation (using deployment tools). Mac OS does not currently have any exceptions, so steps involving the exceptions folder for Mac OS have been removed.

    Running a UI or desktop installation

    Every package contains a Build folder, Exceptions folder, and a .ccp file. The Build folder and the Exceptions folder must be used to fully install the product. 

    • Windows
      Important:
      The Exceptions Deployer is a utility that Adobe developed to help you install products that are in the exceptions folder without having to run individual commands.  The Exceptions Deployer can only be run in a silent mode.  We have created simple batch files that can be included in the exceptions folder to allow you to run the Exceptions Deployer without typing the command. The steps below assume that you are using these batch files. Substitute your batch filenames for BeforeSetup.bat and AfterSetup.bat.  See Creating Batches files and scripts... for help with creating batch files.
      • Packages containing Acrobat
        Note:
        Adobe Support encourages you to package Acrobat using the Adobe Customization wizard.   
      1. Run the Exception Deployer in Pre mode in the Exceptions folder by right-clicking the BeforeSetup.bat file and choosing run as Administrator.
      2. Continue to the next section, Packages without Acrobat.
      • Packages without Acrobat
      1. Run the setup.exe in the Build folder by double-clicking setup.exe.
      2. Run the Exception Deployer in Post mode in the Exceptions folder by right-clicking the AfterSetup.bat file and choosing run as Administrator.
    Running a UI or desktop installation
    • Mac OS
    1. Run the Mac OS install in the Build folder by double-clicking the Install.pkg file.

    Performing a silent or deployed installation

    All the following steps should be performed using a deployment tool or an elevated command line. On Windows, you can right-click the command prompt and choose Run as Admin.  On Mac OS, you can run these commands with sudo. See Deploy packages for additional information.

    • Windows
      Note:
      Adobe Support encourages you to package Acrobat using the Adobe Customization wizard.
      • Packages containing Acrobat
      1. Run the Exceptions Deployer in Pre mode by entering the following command ExceptionDeployer --workflow=install --mode=pre
      2. Continue to the next section, Packages without Acrobat.
      • Packages without Acrobat
      1. Run the <Product Name>.msi from the build folder by entering the following command msiexec /i <Product Name>.msi /quiet
      2. Run the Exceptions Deployer from the Exceptions folder by entering the following command ExceptionDeployer --workflow=install --mode=post
    • Mac OS
    1. Run the Install.pkg from the Build folder by entering the following command sudo installer -pkg -target  

Adobe Acrobat Professional and Standard

The Adobe Customization wizard prepares an Acrobat installation folder for installation in a deployed environment.  The Acrobat Professional and Standard installation files called be run without customization with this tool and will accept your Acrobat enterprise serial number. You must download the Acrobat installer, Adobe Customization wizard, and serial number on the platform you want to package for installation.  Acrobat has a separate serial number for Windows and Mac; unlike the Creative Cloud products.

Acrobat for Windows use a Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) and supports the standard MSI commands.  The Adobe Customization wizard for Windows allows you to create an MST that customizes the Acrobat installation files.  This tool provides extensive customization of the installation package and preferences when installing Acrobat.  The Adobe Customization wizard version number must be the same as the version of Acrobat.  The information below is a quick reference guide to prepare your software for installation. 

Important: The packaging tool, packaging machine, serial number, and product install must use the same platform.

This tool supports the following products:

  • Adobe Acrobat Pro
  • Adobe Acrobat Standard
  • Reader
  1. Download and install the Adobe Customization wizard.

    Important:  The Adobe Customization wizard version number must match the product being installed.

    • Windows
    1. Click Proceed To Download on the Adobe Customization wizard XI for Windows page.
    2. Click Download Now and Save the CustWiz11003_en_US executable.
    3. Run the executable and follow the onscreen instructions to install the Adobe Customization wizard 11.
    • Mac OS
    1. Click Proceed to Download on the Adobe Customization wizard XI for Mac page.
    2. Click Download Now and click the AdobeCustomizationWizard11000.dmg.
    3. Open the Adobe Customization wizard drive.
  2. Download the Adobe Acrobat Professional or Standard software for the correct platform.

    1. Log in to the Licensing website – licensing.adobe.com.
    2. Choose Licenses > Downloads.
    3. Select your companies ETLA deploy to ID from the End Users/Deploy-to drop-down.
    4. Select Acrobat Professional or Acrobat Standard from the Product Name drop-down.
    5. Click the Acrobat Professional or Standard link for the platform you are going to be installing the software.
      Note: The Description field contains text about the product and not the Customization wizard; such as, "Acrobat Professional 11.0 WIN ESD MUN FLP."
    Select Adobe Acrobat Professional or Standard
    1. Click Download, then Accept to continue.
    2. Save the Acrobat installer locally then run it extract the files.
      Note: On Mac's, extract refers to mounting the DMG. On Windows, a folder is created in the specified location containing the installation files.
    3. Windows only: Follow the onscreen instructions and select a location to extract the files.
      Note: Do not launch Acrobat.  You will be proceeding to package the software for deployment in the following steps.
  3. Obtain your Acrobat Professional or Standard serial number from the licensing website.

    1. Log in to the Licensing website – licensing.adobe.com.
    2. Choose Licenses > Retrieve Serial Number.
    3. Select your companies ETLA deploy to ID from End User ID or Deploy-to ID fields and click Search.
    4. Select Acrobat Professional or Acrobat Standard from the Product Name drop-down.
    5. You need the serial number for platform you are pacakging/installing the software.
      Note: You can copy and paste the serial number from this website into the tool.  If you are going to perform the remaining steps later, save the serial number.
    Obtain your Acrobat serial number
  4. Launch the Adobe Customization wizard.

    • Windows
    1. Click Start > All Programs > Adobe Customization wizard XI.
    • Mac OS
    1. Control-click the Adobe Customization wizard app, and choose Open.
      Note: If you see a note about an unidentified provider, ensure that you hold down Control when clicking Open.
    Adobe Customization Wizard error
    1. If prompted to verify that you want to run the application, click Open.
  5. Using the Adobe Customization wizard, apply your changes to your package.

    Important:  The packaging tool, packaging machine, serial number, and product installer must use the same platform. The steps below guide you through selecting your package and saving the changes. Select the package you downloaded and extracted previously. Apply any additional changes you desire.

    • Windows
    1. Choose File > Open Package.
    2. Navigate to the AcroPro.msi in the extracted installation folder and click Open.
    Open AcroPro.msi
    1. On the Personalization Options tab, enter your serial number and company information. 
    2. Select any additional features within the customization wizard.
    Personalization Options tab
    1. When finished with customization, choose File > Save Package.

    Important: Customers using Administrative Installation Points (AIP) or pure MSI command, choose Transform > Generate Transform.  This creates a transform but not update the Setup.ini file to use the setup.exe.  Choosing File > Save Package with a AIP generates an error as a transform must be used for installation.

    • Mac
    1. In the Locate Installer field, click Open.
    2. Browse to the Acrobat PKG mounted to the desktop and click Open.
    Open the Acrobat PKG
    1. Enter your serial number, select other changes, and click OK.
    Provide your serial number
    1. Enter a name for the finished installer and select a location other than the Acrobat dmg, such as Desktop.
    2. Click OK.
  6. Using the installer created by the Adobe Customization wizard, deploy the product.

    Performing a UI or Desktop installation

    • Windows
    1. Double-click the Setup.exe in the extracted Acrobat installation folder.
      Note: In the Adobe Customization wizard, select Interactively to see a UI for the installer.
    • Mac OS
    1. Double-click the <PackageName>.pkg created by the Adobe Customization wizard.

    Performing a silent or deployed installation

    • Windows
      Important:
      There are two methods to deploy Acrobat for Windows.  Using the Setup.exe or using the MSI.  Depending on your deployment engine you may need one tool or another.  Acrobat does update patch chaining, logging, other silent switches, and numerous other MSI commands.  The information below is focused on the simplest workflow.  See the Adobe Customization wizard Help for additional information.
      • Using the Setup.exe, run the setup by entering the following command Setup.exe
        Important: You must have chosen to run the installer in a non-interactive mode in the customization wizard or a UI appears on the screen.
      • Using the MSI, run the MSI setup command by entering the following command msiexec /i AcroPro.msi TRANSFORMS="AcroPro.mst" /qn
    • Mac OS
      • Run the CustomizationWizardInstaller.pkg created by the Adobe Customization wizard by entering the following command sudo installer -pkg <CustomizationWizardInstaller.pkg> -target /Applications

Technical Communication Suite

Note: Products marked as exceptions do not use the Creative Cloud installer, which creates special considerations.  These are addressed in the Creative Cloud products section. Many places refer to this product as Non-Creative product.

  • Acrobat Professional (exception)
  • Captivate (exception)
  • FrameMaker
  • Illustrator
  • Photoshop
  • Presenter
  • RoboHelp

The Creative Cloud Packager is used to prepare the Technical Communication Suite 5 for installation on Windows.  There is no Mac version of this software available for installation.  The steps below outline the differences from packaging the Creative Cloud products.  Illustrator and Photoshop can be integrated with some of the Technical Communication Suite products.  They are not included with your license and must be purchased and installed separately.  Once installed the additional functionality will be enabled.

Important: The steps below match up with the steps from the Creative Cloud products section. Use the information below to package this product rather than a Creative Cloud product. Click Deployment method for Creative Cloud for enterprise ETLA products to open a second copy to have the Creative Cloud products and Technical Communications Suite sections expanded.

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.
  2. For serialized deployments, you need your Technical Communications Suite (TCS) serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Adobe TechnicalSuite.
    • There is no difference between video and non-video products for TCS. Use the Adobe TechnicalSuite 5.0 serial number when prompted in the Creative Cloud Packager.
    Access your serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration screen.
    • Select the products on the Applications & Updates screen.
    Select products on the Applications & Updates screen
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

eLearning Suite

Note: Products marked as exceptions do not use the Creative Cloud installer, which creates special considerations. These are addressed in the Creative Cloud products section. Many places refer to this product as Non-Creative product.

  • Acrobat Professional (exception)
  • Audition CS6
  • Bridge CS6
  • Captivate (exception)
  • Dreamweaver CS6
  • Flash Professional CS6
  • Photoshop CS6
  • Presenter 8

You must create a package for all three serial number types then install them to complete the installation process.   

Important: The steps below match up with the steps from the Creative Cloud products section. Use the information below to package this product rather than a Creative Cloud product. Click Deployment method for Creative Cloud for enterprise ETLA products to open a second copy to have the Creative Cloud products and eLearning Suite sections expanded.

eLearning Suite 1st serial number - Acrobat Pro, Audition, Bridge, Dreamweaver, Flash Professional, and Photoshop Package

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.
  2. For serialized deployments, you will need your Creative Cloud ENT serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Creative Cloud ENT.
    • To package these products, you need the ELS NON-VIDEO serial number, which appears in the Additional Text field.
    Access your ELS NON-VIDEO serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration screen.
    • Select Show Archived Versions and select Bridge CC, Audition CS6, Dreamweaver CS6, Flash Professional CS6, and Photoshop CS6 on the Applications & Updates screen.
    Select products on the Applications & Updates screen
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

eLearning Suite 2nd serial number - Captivate

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.
  2. For serialized deployments, you will need your Captivate serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Captivate.
    • To package these products, you need the Captivate 8 serial number for the corresponding platform.
    Access the Captivate 8 serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration Screen.
    • Select Captivate under Applications & Updates.
    Select Captivate under Applications & Updates
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

eLearning Suite 3rd serial number - Presenter Package

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.
  2. For serialized deployments, you need your Presenter Licensed serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Presenter Licensed.
    • To package these products, you need the Presenter Licensed serial number for the corresponding platform.
    Access the Presenter Licensed serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration Screen.
    • Select Presenter under Applications & Updates.

     

    Select Presenter under Applications & Updates
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

Captivate

Note: Captivate is an exception product and does not use the Creative Cloud installer.  Creative Cloud products section addresses exceptions products, but our documentation refers to this product as Non-Creative product.

Important: The steps below match up with the steps from the Creative Cloud products section. Use the information below to package this product rather than a Creative Cloud product. Click Deployment method for Creative Cloud for enterprise ETLA products to open a second copy to have the Creative Cloud products and Captivate sections expanded.

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.


  2. For serialized deployments, you will need your Captivate serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product. 

    • Captivate requires serialized deployment.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Captivate.
    • To package these products, you need the Captivate 8 serial number for the corresponding platform.
    Access the Captivate 8 serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration screen.
    • Select Captivate under Applications & Updates.
    Select Captivate under Applications & Updates
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

FrameMaker

Note: FrameMaker is an exception product and does not use the Creative Cloud installer. Creative Cloud products section addresses exceptions, products but our documentation refers to this product as Non-Creative product.

Important: The steps below match up with the steps from the Creative Cloud products section. Use the information below to package this product rather than a Creative Cloud product. Click Deployment method for Creative Cloud for enterprise ETLA products to open a second copy to have the Creative Cloud products and FrameMaker sections expanded.

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.
  2. For serialized deployments, you need your FrameMaker serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose FrameMaker.
    • To package these products, you need the FrameMaker serial number for the corresponding platform. 
    Access the FrameMaker serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration screen.
    • Select FrameMaker under Applications & Updates.
    Select FrameMaker under Applications & Updates
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

Presenter

Note: Presenter is an exception product and does not use the Creative Cloud installer. Creative Cloud products section addresses exceptions products but our documentation refers to this product as Non-Creative product.

Important: The steps below match up with the steps from the Creative Cloud products section. Use the information below to package this product rather than a Creative Cloud product. Click Deployment method for Creative Cloud for enterprise ETLA products to open a second copy to have the Creative Cloud products and Presenter sections expanded.

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.
  2. For serialized deployments, you will need your Presenter serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Presenter Licensed.
    • To package these products, you need the Presenter Licensed serial number for the corresponding platform.

     

    Access the Presenter Licensed serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration screen.
    • Select Presenter under Applications & Updates.
    Select Presenter under Applications & Updates
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

Premiere and Photoshop Elements 13

Important: The steps below match up with the steps from the Creative Cloud products section. Use the information below to package this product rather than a Creative Cloud product. Click Deployment method for Creative Cloud for enterprise ETLA products to open a second copy to have the Creative Cloud products and Presenter sections expanded. 

  • Furthermore, Premiere Elements 12 for Windows (only) can be packaged using these instructions.
  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.
  2. For serialized deployments, you will need your Photoshop or Premiere Elements 13 serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Presenter Licensed.
    • To package these products, you need the Photoshop or Premiere Elements 13 serial number for the corresponding platform.
    Access the Photoshop or Premiere Elements serial number
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration screen.
    • Select Photoshop or Premiere Elements under Applications & Updates.
    Select Photoshop or Premiere Elements under Applications & Updates
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

     

Premiere and Photoshop Elements 12

Note: Photoshop and Premiere Elements 12 required preparation to deploy on Windows and Macintosh.  Follow the steps below to obtain the software, serial number, and prepare the software for installation. Unlike the other three products referred to here, Premiere Elements 12 for Windows should be prepared using the Creative Cloud Packager. See the section Premiere and Photoshop Elements 13 for information.

  1. Download the software.

    Accessing the software on the licensing website.

    1. Log in to the Licensing Website – licensing.adobe.com.
    2. Choose Licenses > Downloads.
    3. Select your companies ETLA deploy to ID from the End Users/Deploy-to drop-down.
    4. Select Photoshop or Premiere Elements from the Product Name drop-down.
    5. Click the Photoshop or Premiere Elements link for the platform.
    6. Click Download then Accept to continue.
    7. Save both the files locally and run the executable to extract the product installer.
    8. Follow the onscreen instructions. 
    • If prompted, cancel the installation once the files have extracted.
    Access the Photoshop or Photoshop Elements software
  2. Obtain your serial number.

    Accessing serial number on the Licensing website

    1. Log in to the Licensing Website – licensing.adobe.com.
    2. Choose Licenses > Retrieve Serial Number.
    3. Select your companies ETLA deploy to ID from End User ID or Deploy-to ID fields and click Search.
    4. Select Photoshop or Premiere Elements from the Product Name drop-down.

     

    Access Photoshop or Photoshop Elements serial number
    1. Copy the serial number for Photoshop or Premiere Elements 12 into a text file for use later.
  3. Prepare your software for installation.

    Running a UI or Desktop installation

    Important:  End users can use the installer downloaded to run a UI installation although the serial number and options will be selected by the end user.  End users must have administrative privileges.

    1. Provide the installer obtained in step 1 to your end user.
    2. Ask the end user or technician to run the setup in the product installation folder.
    3. Provide the serial number obtained in step 2 when prompted.

    Performing a silent or deployed installation

    Use the software obtained in step one and the serial number obtained in step two to package the software using the following documentation.

    Note: Premiere Elements 12 for Windows should be prepared using the Creative Cloud Packager. See the section Premiere and Photoshop Elements 13 for additional information.

Flash Builder Premium

Important: The steps below match up with the steps from the Creative Cloud products section. Use the information below to package this product rather than a Creative Cloud product. Click Deployment method for Creative Cloud for enterprise ETLA products to open a second copy to have the Creative Cloud products and Presenter sections expanded.

  1. Download and install the Creative Cloud Packager.

    • There is no difference obtaining this tool for the Creative Cloud products.


  2. For serialized deployments, you will need your Flash Builder Premium serial number from the licensing website. There is no named licensing option for this product.

    Accessing the serial number on the Licensing website

    • When selecting the product from the Product Name drop-down, choose Flash Builder Premium.
    • To package these products, you need the Flash Builder Premium serial number for the corresponding platform.
  3. Launch the Creative Cloud Packager and follow the onscreen instructions to prepare your software for installation.

    • Select the Serial Number License under License Type on the Package Configuration screen.
    • Select Flash Builder Premium under Applications & Updates.
  4. Use the folder created by the Creative Cloud Packager to install the software in your environment.

    • Ensure that you install the Build and the Exceptions folder described above or some products will not be installed.

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