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Adobe Creative Cloud

[email protected] Member CHOCOLATE MILK
edited August 3 in Request

Version: current

Description: ability to have script to install adobe creative cloud exe or msi without prompting for login

Instructions: this is an adobe package management limitation, but the packaged files are too big to store in kserver. Does kaseya have any procedures that can allow for a download to install without prompting for adobe login info until after the install.

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  • tom@tbkconsulting.biz
    [email protected] Member, Managed Service Provider CAPPUCCINO

    You would have to host the package somewhere else that would be accessible to the endpoint you are installing it to … Since adobe doesn't allow a direct download link openly, and uploads on both VSA 9 and VSA X for a full package would be too large.

  • Compass_Jared
    Compass_Jared Member, Managed Service Provider CHOCOLATE MILK

    If the file is too large, why not just use powershell's wget?


    wget -uri https://ccmdl.adobe.com/AdobeProducts/KCCC/CCD/5_11_0/win64/ACCCx5_11_0_522_1.zip -outfile "C:\kworking\system\Adobe-CreativeCloud-"

    iwr -uri https://ccmdl.adobe.com/AdobeProducts/KCCC/CCD/5_11_0/win64/ACCCx5_11_0_522_1.zip -outfile "C:\kworking\system\Adobe-CreativeCloud-"

    Invoke-WebRequest -uri https://ccmdl.adobe.com/AdobeProducts/KCCC/CCD/5_11_0/win64/ACCCx5_11_0_522_1.zip -outfile "C:\kworking\system\Adobe-CreativeCloud-"

    follow that up with a powershell command:

    expand-archive -literalpath "C:\kworking\system\Adobe-CreativeCloud-" -destinationpath "C:\kworking\system\AdobeCC"

    Or just use the unzipfile() procedure step.

    If you do this, you may need to put in a "wait" in the procedure if you find the file does not finish downloading before running the unzip. You can typically avoid this by doing it all as a powershell script. Once extracted you can run the installer as system.

    Alternatively you can just get Adobe CC from the windows store?

    WinGet install "Adobe Creative Cloud" —accept-package-agreements —accept-source-agreements