Any plans for the future ??
We have an Adobe CS6 500 user licence for our school, I am working to get the update server running with no success using netsh, then I google and find this. I have to say this leaves me astounded that such an oversight is possible. This means that within the education system in Victoria, Australia it is not possible to use this as access to the internet for all government schools is via mandatory proxy server. This covers 1600 schools statewide.
I am here in germany and a lot of big companys still uses proxy servers. This is a must have.
And .. Yes they are using this for servers too.
So it will be very necessary to have proxy support on this Software Update Server
Thank you .
Our enterprise also uses an authenticated proxy, so I've been banging my head to get this working!
I'm surprise to learn of this proxy oversight! This tool has "enterprise" all over the documentation (e.g. AAMEE?). There's good likelihood that other enterprises (still) have proxies in place. Makes me wonder if the CreativeCloud architects had this same proxy-ignorant oversite?
Can you pass this request onto Jody Rogers or Karl Gibson (or whomever "owns" Adobe Enterprise Deployment products)?
I can pass the following curl switches and get out of our authenticated proxy; why can't you make AdobeUpdateServerSetupTool2.0 honor these curl options?
[Note: this example assumes Mac OS X or other Unix-y OSes]
curl --proxy myproxy.domain.com:port --proxy-user ADserviceAccount http://swupmf.adobe.com/webfeed/oobe/aam10/win/updaterfeed.xml
BTW: why does "mac" in xml feed return so much more info?
curl --proxy myproxy.domain.com:port --proxy-user ADserviceAccount http://swupmf.adobe.com/webfeed/oobe/aam10/mac/updaterfeed.xml
I understand your problem. However, there is a good news for you. We have releaseed CCP 1.0 with a new version of AUSST with proxy support. You may try that out.
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Great thank you...
That is good to hear for those with a CreativeCloud for Teams account, but what about the rest of us? CCP is only available when under CreativeCloud for Teams account. Why is this (other than driving CreativeCloud migration)?
AAMEE and other Enterprise tools from Adobe are downloadable withOUT any licensing contract. Do you see how the rest of non-CreativeCloud enterprise users are "left in the dark"?
I hope I'm wrong, and CCP 1.0 is downloadable without CreativeCloud for Teams contract.
Thanks for your reply.