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WebStore, Adobe Beta Apps

Adobe Beta Apps are available on the UI Enterprise plan, but access to them is restricted on managed computers with managed software services.

Adobe Beta apps are available to download and install from the Creative Cloud desktop app or user's Adobe account, if the end user has unrestricted access to Adobe software. If the end user's computer is a managed computer with managed software, then the Adobe apps panel will not have the option to see, download or install Beta apps.

Beta Apps are NOT available by default on managed packages that are using a Shared Device License or a Named User license with Managed permission settings. The use of managed packages and managed computers assumes that the IT group who supports the user requesting them, has a reason for restricting access to Beta Apps and/or self-service software. 

For end users and IT support of managed computer who wish to grant access to Beta Apps, the managed Creative Cloud desktop app must be uninstalled from the computer and a self service one be downloaded and installed from Adobe directly. The CC desktop app is packaged and bundled with any Adobe app download/install from the apps panel if it does not already exist on the machine. 

***ALSO managed package updates/installs of Adobe apps must be disabled (which if allowed, will overwrite the self-service package permission again). 

WebStore does not provide custom Beta app install packages for managed computers on request.

Keywords"Photoshop Beta", Beta, available, access, "can't find"   Doc ID129634
OwnerWebstore W.GroupUniversity of Illinois Technology Services
Created2023-07-10 10:42:56Updated2024-01-10 14:23:34
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