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Deploy Adobe packages using Microsoft Intune
- Adobe Enterprise & Teams: Administration guide
- Plan your deployment
- Basic concepts
- Deployment Guides
- Deploy Creative Cloud for education
- Deployment guide
- Approve Adobe apps in Google Admin Console
- Enable Adobe Express in Google Classroom
- Integration with Canvas LMS
- Integration with Blackboard Learn
- Configuring SSO for District Portals and LMSs
- Deploy Adobe Express through Google App Licensing
- Add users through Roster Sync
- Role sync for Education
- Kivuto FAQ
- Primary and Secondary institution eligibility guidelines
- Set up your organization
- Identity types | Overview
- Set up identity | Overview
- Set up organization with Enterprise ID
- Setup Azure AD federation and sync
- Set up Google Federation and sync
- Set up organization with Microsoft ADFS
- Set up organization for District Portals and LMS
- Set up organization with other Identity providers
- SSO common questions and troubleshooting
- Manage your organization setup
- Manage products and entitlements
- Manage users
- Administrative roles
- User management techniques
- Change user's identity type
- Manage user groups
- Manage directory users
- Manage developers
- Migrate existing users to the Adobe Admin Console
- Migrate user management to the Adobe Admin Console
- Manage products and product profiles
- Manage products
- Manage product profiles for enterprise users
- Manage automatic assignment rules
- Review product requests
- Manage self-service policies
- Manage app integrations
- Manage product permissions in the Admin Console
- Enable/disable services for a product profile
- Single App | Creative Cloud for enterprise
- Optional services
- Manage Shared Device licenses
- Manage users
- Manage storage and assets
- Asset migration
- Reclaim assets from a user
- Student asset migration | EDU only
- Manage services
- Adobe Stock
- Custom fonts
- Adobe Asset Link
- Adobe Acrobat Sign
- Creative Cloud for enterprise - free membership
- Deploy apps and updates
- Create packages
- Customize packages
- Deploy Packages
- Manage updates
- Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST)
- Adobe Remote Update Manager (RUM)
- Create packages using Creative Cloud Packager (CC 2018 or earlier apps)
- About Creative Cloud Packager
- Creative Cloud Packager release notes
- Application packaging
- Create packages using Creative Cloud Packager
- Create named license packages
- Create packages with device licenses
- Create a license package
- Create packages with serial number licenses
- Packager automation
- Package non-Creative Cloud products
- Edit and save configurations
- Set locale at system level
- Manage your account
- Manage your Teams account
- Assign licenses to a Teams user
- Add products and licenses
- Automated expiration stages for ETLA contracts
- Switching contract types within an existing Adobe Admin Console
- Purchase Request compliance
- Value Incentive Plan (VIP) in China
- VIP Select help
- Reports & logs
- Get help
Use Microsoft Intune to deploy Windows 64-bit packages created on the Adobe Admin console.
This article guides you through the process of creating an Intune app, that you'll use to deploy Adobe Windows 64-bit packages created on the Adobe Admin Console.
- To deploy your package using Intune, you'll first need to download the Intune Win 32 prep Tool.
Note: This is a one-time task.
- You will use the Intune Win 32 prep Tool to create an output Intune file from your Adobe package.
- Finally, you'll Publish the output Intune file to Microsoft Intune.
Publishing the file creates an Intune app and then deploys your package to your target group.
To use Intune, ensure the following criteria are met:
- Your end-user machines must use Windows 10 version 1607 or later (Enterprise, Pro, or Education editions).
- The package that you download from the Adobe Admin Console must not be greater than 8 GB.
For more, read the Intune app prerequisites.
Download Intune Win 32 prep Tool from https://github.com/microsoft/Microsoft-Win32-Content-Prep-Tool/blob/master/IntuneWinAppUtil.exe.
When prompted, specify the following:
- The path of the Build folder of the package file that you've downloaded and extracted.
- The <package name>.msi or setup.exe file contained in the package Build folder.
- The output folder in which to create the Intune output file.
- On the final prompt, press Enter.
Did you know?
An easy way to enter the path of a folder in the Command window, is to simply drag the folder from Windows Explorer to the Command window.
General information about the Intune app you are creating:
- Name of the Intune app. Make sure all app names that you use are unique.
- A Description for the app
- Name of the Publisher.
Installation and removal commands for the app:
- Install command: Add the complete installation command line to install the app.
- For the .msi file: msiexec /i msiName /q
- For the setup.exe: setup.exe --silent
- For the .msi file: msiexec /i msiName /q
- Uninstall command: Add the complete command line to uninstall the app based on the app's GUID. You can get the GUID for the package from the Admin Console. For details, see View package details.
The requirements that your end user machines must meet before the app is installed, such as:
- Operating system architecture: Architectures needed to install the app (Windows 32-bit, Windows 64-bit, or Windows ARM).
- Minimum operating system: Select the minimum operating system needed to install the app.
You may leave the fields in the following screens as default:
Specify the groups and devices to which your Adobe package is to be deployed.
- For the specific app, select an assignment type:
- Required: The app is installed on devices in the selected groups.
- Available for enrolled devices: Users install the app from the company portal app or the company portal website.
- Uninstall: The app is uninstalled from devices in the selected groups.
- Select Add group and assign the groups that will use this app.
You'll receive a notification after your package is successfully deployed to the target group.
You can also, view the status in the Managed Apps section.
The time taken to deploy your package depends on the size of the output Intune file and the internet connection both at your end and the machines where this package is being deployed.
- Deploy packages for Adobe Creative Cloud
- Deploy package using other third-party tools: