Adobe Templates are pre-created Named User Licensing packages that are available for you to download from the Packages tab in the Admin Console. They are either single-app packages or collection packages created by Adobe. These packages are created based on default settings. You can choose to download packages based on the available Adobe Templates. You can also use the available templates as boilerplate to create packages.
Single-app packages also include the Creative Cloud desktop application-only package, which allows you to install the Creative Cloud desktop application.
To deploy a package based on an Adobe Template, you will need to build and then download the package.
An Adobe Template provides you with the boilerplate applications and configurations as defined by the template. When creating a package, you can choose to create the package from scratch. Alternatively, you can find the Adobe Template that comes closest to matching your requirements and use it as the starting point.
When you customize a template, you can add products that are part of Creative Cloud or Document Cloud or you can add products, such as Adobe Captivate and Presenter, that are not part of either of the clouds.
The template that you customize with products, such as Adobe Captivate and Presenter, that are not part of Creative Cloud or Document Cloud, does not provide all the customization options that are available in a template that includes Creative Cloud apps.
In the Configure screen, select the required options:
Use OS Locale: Select to create a package that deploys in the client machine's OS language. In which case, the OS language is the default fallback language in which the package is deployed.
Show apps panel: Show/hide the Apps panel in Creative Cloud desktop application for end users. Enabling /disabling the Apps Panel automatically enables/ disables the updates on the client machines. Available only for Creative Cloud or Document Cloud apps.
Allow non admin to update and install apps: Allows self service end users, who do not have Administrative privileges, to install and manage their applications and updates. Available only for Creative Cloud or Document Cloud apps.
Enable Remote Update Manager: Enable the use of Remote Update Manager, select this option. Adobe Remote Update Manager lets you remotely run the updater on the client with the benefit of executing as an administrator. For more information, see Remote Update Manager.
Create a folder for extensions & include the Extension Manager command line tool: Create a sub-folder in your package folder that you can use to include extensions that need to be installed with the package. For more, see Manage Extensions in packages
Redirect to internal update server: Redirect all updates for this package to an internal update server. The internal server details are specified in an override XML in the Packages > Preferences tab of the Admin Console. For more, see the Preferences section of the Packaging apps via the Admin Console article.
Install to custom directory: Install the apps in this package to a custom directory. The directory is defined in the Packages > Preferences tab in the Admin Console. For more, see the Preferences section of the Packaging apps via the Admin Console article. Available only for Creative Cloud or Document Cloud apps.
Disable file syncing: (Available to educational institutions) Suppress the automatic syncing of files to client systems. Useful when you are installing packages in a test environment where you want to suppress file syncing. Available only for Creative Cloud or Document Cloud apps.
If you create a package that includes Captivate 2017 or Presenter (any version), you will first need to uninstall these product versions on the end user computers before you deploy this package.