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In order to gain access to the Creative Cloud Packager or CCPLauncher.exe (A tool for downloading the Adobe Packages that you are licensed for.) you will need to login  to the Adobe Admin Console and download it.

The link for the site is: https://adminconsole.adobe.com/

If you do not have an account you will need to request one from one of your on-site Administrators.

To download the application go to the Deployment tab on the left-hand side of the window and click Creative Cloud. In the top right-hand side of the main panel, you should have a link to “Admin Tools”. If you click that, a window should open with a link to CCP. More specific information on the packager is available at https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/package/help/creative-cloud-packager.html

Once the application has downloaded I would recommend placing it somewhere with easy access as it’s a stand alone application. (You do not need to install it)

The application will initialize after being launched which could take a minute or two.

You will then need to login to the application, depending on your account type you will either choose enterprise or team before logging in.

Once logged in you will see three options. Select the first option for “Create Package” which will take you to another page.

Once on this screen enter the name you want to call your package, choose the location and change the version you want. (x86 or x64)

Be sure to select the option for “Elevated Privileges”, then click next.

Now enter the License key for your adobe product and press next. You can Copy + Paste this.

On the next screen you might not see any applications at all because Adobe sees them as an older version.

Tick the box in the middle to “Show Archived Versions” and select your language or tick “Match OS Language”.

Now you are ready to click “Build”.

Your application will be downloaded to the location you specified and you will be presented with the .MSI file which we will use in SCCM.

The .MSI is located within the “Build” folder of your application folder.