How do I package Adobe Reader in SCCM?

Deploy Adobe Acrobat Reader using SCCM

  1. Launch the ConfigMgr console.
  2. Go to Software Library\Overview\Application Management\Applications.
  3. Right click Adobe Acrobat Reader DC application and click Deploy.

How do I create an Adobe package in SCCM?

Create an SCCM package

  1. Open the New Package wizard. Open the SCCM console.
  2. In the New Package Wizard, name the new SCCM package.
  3. Specify the data source for the SCCM package.
  4. Specify where the SCCM package will be stored on distribution points.
  5. Specify distribution settings.
  6. View the new SCCM package summary.

How do I package Adobe Creative Cloud?

Create packages to deploy Creative Cloud for teams

  1. Log in to the Admin Console.
  2. Download Creative Cloud Packager.
  3. Install Creative Cloud Packager.
  4. Select Creative Cloud for teams.
  5. Create a package.
  6. Add package details.
  7. Specify a language.
  8. Select apps to include.

How do I update Adobe Reader with SCCM?

Deploying Adobe Reader Updates Using SCCM

  1. In the SCCM console, click on Software Library, click Application Management.
  2. Choose the Program Type as Standard program.
  3. Specify the information about the program as shown in the below screenshot.
  4. Complete the Create Package and Program Wizard and click Close.

What is SCCM scup?

System Center Updates Publisher (SCUP) is a stand-alone tool that is used in conjunction with Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager (CM hereafter) to allow administrators to more accurately and efficiently install and update software.

How do I deploy Adobe Creative Cloud Intune?

Create output Intune file

  1. Log in to the Admin Console and navigate to Packages > Packages.
  2. Download the package that you need to deploy.
  3. Open the command prompt or PowerShell, navigate to the folder that contains the Intune Win 32 prep Tool that you downloaded.
  4. When prompted, specify the following:

Where does SCCM store packages on distribution point?

The content library is typically stored on the root of a drive in a folder called “SCCMContentLib”. This folder is shared and has restricted permissions to prevent accidental damage. Within this are the Package Library (“PkgLib” folder), the Data Library (“DataLib” folder), and the File Library (“FileLib” folder).

What is Package software with example?

Packaged software is a collection of programs that perform similar functions or have similar features. For example, Microsoft Office includes multiple applications such as Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.

What is VIP number in Adobe?

The Adobe Value Incentive Plan (VIP) is a subscription licensing program that makes it convenient for organizations of all sizes to purchase, deploy and manage Adobe products.

What is the difference between SCCM package and Adobe package?

When referring to a package created with SCCM, we say SCCM package unless the context is very clear, when we may say just package. When referring to a package created by the Creative Cloud Packager, we say Adobe deployment package or Adobe package. We never use the term package alone to mean an Adobe package.

How do I install an adobe application in SCCM?

I suggest taking help from your packaging team to create a package and then add an application in the SCCM console. First, you download the required adobe application from the site. Test and verify the application, then use the silent switch with the command line for the installation.

What is Adobe Acrobat Pro DC in SCCM?

Acrobat Acrobat Pro DC are the paid version using which you can create, protect, convert and edit your PDFs. Before you deploy Adobe Acrobat Reader using SCCM, take a look at some deployment guides related to Adobe, hope you find them useful.

How do I create a SCCM package?

Open the New Package wizard. Open the SCCM console. Navigate to Computer Management > Software Distribution > Packages. Right-click Packages, choose New, then click Package.