Only Enterprise customers can perform the following procedures.
If you are deploying Photoshop Elements 12 or later, use the Creative Cloud Packager (CCP) instead of these instructions. You can find information about using CCP can here: Creative Cloud Packager.
In the Configure Package dialog box, select or deselect options as required, and click Next.
- Disable End-User License Agreement: Upon its first invocation after installation, the application displays a dialog box with the End-User License Agreement (EULA). In a multi-seat situation, the company accepts this agreement for all end users when it purchases the product. It's unnecessary for the end users to see it.
- Disable Product Registration Reminders: Upon its second invocation during launch, the application displays a dialog box asking the user for an Adobe ID to register the product with. If a user declines, the application prompts once again after a week.
- Disable Adobe Updater (AAM): The Adobe Application Manager launches automatically every day to check for updates to Adobe products. The user is not aware of this check unless a product update is found. If a product update is located, the application displays a balloon to inform the user that an update is available.
- Disable Adobe Product Improvement Program: Adobe applications normally query the user for feedback on a regular basis. This query is part of an ongoing effort to ensure that products meet user needs.
- Deploy to Default Application Directory: Adobe Photoshop Elements is installed in the Applications directory.
- Specify Directory During Deployment: During deployment, users are prompted to select a directory for installing the product.
- Deploy to: The product is installed at the specified location on the user's computer. If you choose this option, it's necessary to specify an absolute path (including drive). The installation location cannot be a network location, a mounted disk image, or the root directory of any volume.
- You can also specify the action to perform when there are conflicting processes during installation. If you choose Abort Installation, the installation stops when it encounters conflicting processes.
Note: Replace %install pkg path% with the location where your package is present. (See steps 14-15 Create the installer package using Adobe Application Manager, above.)
The message "The install was successful" appears after the installation is complete.
Note: Replace %uninstall pkg path% with the location where your package is present. (See steps 14-15 Create the installer package using Adobe Application Manager, above.)
Wait for the message informing you that the product was uninstalled.