The default setting when creating an installation package with Creative Cloud Packager is to have the Adobe updates turned off because the majority of enterprise environments do not provide their end-users admin rights.With the updates turned off, the end users will not see the availability of updates; nor could they apply them if downloaded.If you continue to experience download failures, you can review your download logs to find additional information regarding the causes of download failure.Adobe Remote Update Manager provides a command-line interface that you can use to remotely invoke the Adobe Update Manager and install updates with administrative privileges.The most common error associated with this issue is error 205.Other errors could result due to the software/hardware firewall’s configuration.
If you want all the updates to be stored locally on a server from where the client machines will access it when you invoke Remote Update Manager, use the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST). For more information on how to set up AUSST, see Using Adobe Update Server Setup Tool.
When you create a package with Creative Cloud Packager, the configuration screen has an option for enabling the use of Remote Update Manager.
If this option is selected (which is the default), Remote Update Manager is included in the package.
Instead of deploying the updates manually, you can use Remote Update Manager, which polls Adobe Update server—or the local Adobe Update Server if setup using the Adobe Update Server Setup Tool (AUSST) —and deploys the latest updates available on update server to each client machine on which it is run.
Thus you do not have to manually push updates to the client machines.When the package is deployed, Remote Update Manager is copied to the following locations on the client machine: Windows: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\OOBE_Enterprise\Remote Update Manager Mac OS: /Once you have deployed the Adobe applications on client machines, you will typically want the subsequent updates for the packages to be available on the client machines.