using ccm to deploy lightroom 5 windows

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Have try using aamee 3.1 to no avail.
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AAMEE is the old deployment technology and is not used with the current versions of the software. You should be using the Creative Cloud Packager (CCP) http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud...
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I know, thank you. Unfortunately CCP does nothing for Stand alone Lightroom 5. I am just about ready to deploy it in classrooms throughout our district and I wish I could find a way to deploy it in a multiuser environment. Any ideas.
I am going to try copying a profile that has already gone through the licensing questions and so on.
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Do you have a volume license for Lightroom? If not, then deployment isn't really an option. You can try the instructions for silent installation for previous versions though: http://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/perform-silent-installation-lightroom.html
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Yes, we do hace a volume license and silent install is not enough for our purposes.
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I asked about the volume license because I was trying to understand what you meant by "Stand alone Lightroon 5". CCP does deploy Lightroom, but it does it a bit differently than most Adobe applications because Lightroom can be an Exception depending on whether you are using Windows or Mac. See: http://blogs.adobe.com/edtechatadobe/2013/08/adobe-creative-cloud-for-education-deployment-resources... and http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/packager/installing-products-exception-folder.html and http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/packager/using-exceptions-deployer.html
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Carlos, did you figure out how to mass deploy Lightroom 5? I am having the same issue and I can't find answers anywhere.

Thank you,

Mauricio.
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Brett, is there a manual or document (recipe) with this process for Mac OS X computers?

Thank you.

Mauricio.
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Use the standard deployment instructions for CCP to deploy on Mac: http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/packager.html
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Mauricio,

I haven't had the time to get to my master computer but as soon as I get there I'll post again.
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Alright, I completed today the image for my master and got Lightroom 5.5 to stop asking for licensing information by copying the preferences folder to: default\appdata\roaming\adobe\lightroom folder in windows 7. Keep in mind that this computers are not production computers. We use them for education purposes only. The CCP did not allow me to use the standalone version of Lightroom within the package.
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Carlos, thank you for the update. Gracias, Mauricio.