Using the Adobe Creative Cloud Packager
This walks through using the Creative Cloud Packager (CCP) for first-time users. The CCP is used to create installers for software licensed under the Adobe Enterprise Term License Agreement (ETLA; https://kb.wisc.edu/35407).
This is the CCP v1.9 splash screen (bypassed after you've logged into the CCP once):
After selecting the bottom half of the above, Adobe will present you with a login screen. In this case, the login does not confer any particular rights related to the CCP or ETLA, so you can just use your normal Adobe login, or create one if you don't have one. After you log in, you'll get to:
If you click on the drop-down arrow to the right of your name and choose Preferences, you'll be able to define the cache folder for downloads and choose to keep CCP up to date or not:
After clicking Save, you'll go back to the previous screen. When you click "Create Package," you'll arrive here:
Adobe advises us to uncheck Creative Cloud Desktop Application. License type should be Serial Number License. Package Name, Save to, and 32-bit/64-bit options should be self-explanatory.
If you click (Change) to the right of Package configurations, you'll get to the following screen. This screenshot is how the installers on the Campus Software Library are set up; your choices may be different:
The next screen asks for UW-Madison's serial number, which UW-Madison IT staff can get by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The key validates with Adobe, then asks you to select a language:
At the next screen, you choose what apps you want in your package. You can display and select older versions if you want by checking the Show archived versions checkbox. When you're done choosing apps, click the Build button and follow on-screen instructions while your package is created.