We run very restrictive "Software Restriction Policy" or SRP in our environment. Creative Cloud updater program isn't able to run because it is prevented by SRP.
User launches "Creative Cloud" updater program and attempt to login using their credentials but get signed out right away because, what i assume they have no administrative priviledges.
Any idea which local path needs to be whitelisted in order for adobe updater program to run?
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The following host/port combinations may need to be whitelisted when logging in with an Adobe ID to download, install, and activate licensing for applications via a Creative Cloud membership.
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Thank you Rajshree,
However, this is not being blocked via http. SRP controls files' access and execution.
When user opens "Creative Cloud.exe",my assumption is that this process creates some temporary files/folders at say "C:\ProgramData\..." which is blocked by SRP.
SO, If i knew which path Creative Cloud needs to create it's temp files,or which DLLs its talking to i could whitelist that location.
Also, the package may not work well because Updates for Adobe products come out almost on a daily basis:)