Creative Suite Enterprise Deployment

Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition 3.1
The Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition (AAMEE) allows for the customization and packaging of the CS6 applications with their updates as MSI or PKG installers for Enterprise deployment and imaging.
Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition 2.1
Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition (AAMEE) provides a straightforward and customizable way to wrap CS 5 and 5.5 applications and their updates as MSI or PKG packages for silent deployment across the enterprise.
CS6 Enterprise Deployment Guide
A complete guide for enterprise deployment of the Creative Suite using Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition to create deployment packages and guidance on keeping the products up to date.
Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition 3.1 FAQ
Frequently asked questions about Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition 3.1 and deploying CS6
Adobe Creative Cloud Security FAQ for IT
Security, privacy and compliance policies are some of the most common areas for questions Adobe receives about Creative Cloud. Organizations using Creative Cloud are concerned about the safety of their data and that access to their data is reliable. This document aims to answer many of the frequently asked questions by IT security staff on these topics when they are considering Creative Cloud.
Adobe Creative Cloud Service Access Documentation for IT
These documents provide information to control access to the Adobe Creative Cloud Services from within the desktop applications including a list of the network calls made by the applications and a description of the three methods for controlling service access.
Software Tag Implementation in Adobe Products
Tech Note document providing an overview of Adobe's usage of ISO/IEC 19770-2:2009 software identification tags in Acrobat 9, X, CS 4, CS 5.0, and CS 5.5. These tags will help IT organizations manage their software assets, providing the ability to identify the license state of installed Adobe software
Deployment Component Reference
Detailed information about the components that make up Creative Suite products.
Planning worksheets
Worksheets to help you plan your enterprise deployment.
Deployment and Provisioning Concepts
Defines Adobe product and enterprise deployment process terms used throughout the document set.
Adobe Provisioning Toolkit Enterprise Edition
The Adobe Provisioning Toolkit Enterprise Edition is a command-line tool that helps you track and manage serialization of Adobe®Creative Suite® products that you have deployed using the Adobe Application Manager Enterprise Edition. 
Adobe Provisioning Toolkit Enterprise Edition Tech Note
Adobe Update Server Setup Tool
The Adobe Update Server Setup Tool is a platform-specific command-line tool that helps you configure your own update server for Adobe's ® desktop applications.
Adobe Update Server Setup Tool Note
Adobe Remote Update Manager
Adobe Remote Update Manager provides a command-line interface that facilitates the remote deployment of the majority of Adobe desktop suite updates on client machines that are specific to the applications installed on that system.
Adobe Exception Deployer Application
Adobe Exceptions Deployer Application provides an automated way to deploy the packages in the Exceptions folder, that is, the packages that you would otherwise deploy separately before and/or after deploying the main MSI or PKG file.
Adobe Remove AAMEE
Adobe® Application Manager Enterprise Edition (AAMEE) 3.x supports packaging Adobe Creative Suite 6 applications. If you need to package Creative Suite 5 or 5.5 applications instead, you must use AAMEE 2.1. Since AAMEE 2.1 and 3.x cannot be co-installed on a system, you must use Adobe Remove AAMEE for removing AAMEE 3.X from your system before installing AAMEE 2.1.
Adobe Creative Suite 4 enterprise deployment
Creative Suite 4 Deployment Toolkit
The Creative Suite 4 Deployment Toolkit is an efficient, easy-to-use, and reliable application that configures Adobe Creative Suite 4's installers for silent deployment. Its Adobe AIR-based (Adobe Integrated Runtime) interface allows you to create a remotely deployable install package without laboriously hand-editing configuration files.
Deployment and Provisioning Concepts
Purpose: Provide definitions for terms and explanations for concepts and situations common to installing, updating, and licensing Adobe Creative Suites software products. 
Contents: Explains what it means to buy and install Adobe Creative Suites software, from versions CS4 and up. Defines terms used throughout all documents that cover various aspects of this larger activity. Defines the main terms deployment and provisioning. Defines other terms related to these two main areas. Explains how deploying and provisioning are distinct concepts that can be identified as distinct entities in an architecture and implemented as separate software modules, while remaining inextricably entwined in actual practice.
Enterprise Deployment Guide
Purpose: Enable enterprise administrators to deploy Adobe Creative Suite 4 products, using CS4 deployment packages, with little to no help from Adobe support. 
Contents: Defines the assumed deployment framework and describes the overall deployment process. Describes Adobe CS4 deployment packages and the advantages of using the CS4 deployment toolkit. Describes the deployment planning process, referring to accompanying worksheets. Describes possible deployment configurations, and the requirements and issues for each configuration. Explains how to use ARD on the Mac and SMS on WIndows to deploy CS4 deployment packages. Gives solutions or workarounds to common problems and situations, and discuss challenges and issues that arise during enterprise deployment. We will mention the CS4 Serialization Toolkit when it becomes available.
Enterprise Deployment Toolkit Guide
Purpose: Enables enterprise administrators to create CS4 deployment packages for silent installations without needing help from Adobe support. 
Contents: Explains in detail what packages contain and how to create them with the toolkit. Includes screen shots of the toolkit interface. Includes reference information about shared and supporting component and toolkit error messages. Gives system requirements for the toolkit and tells you how to obtain it.
Enterprise Deployment Reference
Purpose: Provide in-depth information about how the Adobe installers, deployment packages, and related tools and files work. This information augments that given in the Deployment Toolkit Guide and the Deployment Guide. Using this information, you could hand assemble the equivalent of a deployment package. 
Contents: Gives reference information about deployment packages, including contents of package XML files and the operation of and command line arguments for the package programs. Gives reference information, including command line arguments, for the Setup program. GIves information necessary to implement a deployment package by hand without use of the toolkit. Reference information about the Serialization Toolkit.
Enterprise Deployment Worksheets
Purpose: Serve as a learning tool, planning tool, and communication vehicle for CS4 product deployment. 
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