The document shows the procedures to customize managed packages for the Creative Cloud desktop app.

Enable or disable the Apps panel for end users

As a system administrator or deployment administrator, you can enable or disable the apps panel in the Creative Cloud desktop app deployed to your end user computers. For managed packages deployed using the Admin Console and the Creative Cloud Packager, see below:

Using Adobe Admin Console

In the Admin Console, go to Packages > Create a Package > Managed Package > Options section. Then, deselect the Show apps Panel check box to disable the Apps panel.

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Using Creative Cloud Packager

The Apps panel is disabled by default for packages created using the Creative Cloud Packager. To enable, go to the Package Details dialog and select Show Applications & Updates via the Apps Panel.

Customize using Packager

When you disable the Apps panel, the end users see a message in the Apps tab that says, You don't have access to manage apps.

Varoitus:

The Creative Cloud Packager cannot be used to create packages that include CC 2019 apps or later. Learn More.

Using ServiceConfig.xml

Follow the steps to enable or disable the Apps panel using the ServiceConfig.xml:

  1. Locate or create the ServiceConfig.xml file:

    • Windows: C:\Program Files (x86\Common Files\Adobe\OOBE\Configs\ServiceConfig.xml
    • macOS/Library/Application Support/Adobe/OOBE/Configs/ServiceConfig.xml
  2. In the file, locate the <visible> element and change the content to True or False (Default) to enable or disable the Apps panel.

    <config>

        <panel>

            <name>AppsPanel</name>

            <visible>false</visible>

        </panel>

    </config>

Huomautus:

You need to sign-out of the Adobe account and sign-in again to see the change in the Creative Cloud desktop app on the end user computers.

Allow or disallow end users to update and install apps

You can choose to allow or disallow your end users to update and install apps on their computers. See how to do it for packages created using the Adobe Admin Console or the Creative Cloud Packager.

Using Adobe Admin Console

In the Admin Console, go to Packages > Create a Package > Managed Package > Options section. Then, deselect the Allow non-admins to update and install apps check box to disallow self-service for end users.

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Using Creative Cloud Packager

Self-service for end users is disallowed by default for packages created using the Creative Cloud Packager. To enable, go to the Package Details dialog and select Elevated packages.

Customize using Packager

Using ServiceConfig.xml

Follow the steps to allow or disallow your end user to update and install apps on their computers.

  1. Locate or create the ServiceConfig.xml file:

    • Windows: C:\Program Files (x86\Common Files\Adobe\OOBE\Configs\ServiceConfig.xml
    • macOS/Library/Application Support/Adobe/OOBE/Configs/ServiceConfig.xml
  2. In the file, locate the <feature> element and set the content of the <enabled> child element to True or False (Default) to enable or disable Elevated privileges.

    <feature>

      <name>SelfServeInstalls</name>

      <enabled>true</enabled>

    </feature> 

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