This document is designed for administrators and other enterprise IT professionals who manage Acrobat products. It is not intended for end users. Most of the details here pertain to registry and plist level preferences, enterprise technologies, and features that require administrator privileges to use.
A short list of documentation changes and additions related to the Acrobat DC release includes the following:
Two products tracks ( Continuous, Classic) each with unique characteristics.
A new method for granting usage rights: Named user deployments streamline managing users and groups as well as provisioning for mobile devices.
Adobe Enterprise Dashboard: Links and information about managing users, groups, and deployments.
Identity management: Support for Enterprise IDs and Federated IDs in addition to Adobe IDs on both the desktop and mobile devices.
- Microsoft UE-V support
- Updates to WTS and Citrix deployments
- (pending) App-V updates
An updated and expanded SCUP catalog set for SCCM deployments.
Updater configuration details, including a separate updater option for web plug-ins.
Update order and constraints: All updates, including out of cycle patches, are cumulative to the base release. DC products never require chaining updates.
A redesigned services integration framework (Wizard UI and registry/plist preferences).
A new versioning methodology which is more meaningful and granular .
- Versionless preferences for the Continuous track
- Preference synchronization across machines
- A redesigned preference set for services integration
- New preferences for a variety of feature controls
A redesign of the Tools UI, including a Tools Center (tab), tools search, and extensive customization options. The changes emphasize usability, discovery, and customization.
New tools groupings that streamline workflows.
A stand-alone language configuration section.
Updates to Macintosh deployments.
More update options including automatic updates and a better silent install experience.
A separate document for legacy content so that users on supported products have a smaller Admin Guide.
Flash is no longer used anywhere in the UI and does not need to be part of any product deployment or update.
Windows Server 2008 is no longer supported.
The Windows Reader Perpetual track is a MUI install which includes bundled dictionary and font packs.