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Installing Adobe Creative Cloud on Windows 7+

Note: This install guide is for university-owned computers only. If you do not see an option to install any of the Creative Cloud applications in the software center, your local IT support may have to take additional steps to make it available to you. If you are unsure who your local IT support is, contact the Service Desk at 306-966-2222.

  1. In order to install Adobe Creative Cloud you will need to have SCCM Management Suite managing your Windows Computer. If you do not have SCCM managing your computer, please contact your local IT Support person who will be able to help you.
  2. Open Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 -> Configuration Manager -> Software Center from your Windows Programs list.

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  3. Under the Available Software tab, select the Adobe application you wish to install.

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  4. Click the Install button in the bottom right corner.
    • The Adobe will start downloading and installing.

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  5. Once installed the Installation Status Tab will show a status of Installed.
  6. Once the Adobe application is installed, open that application from your Windows programs list.

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  7. Click the Sign In Now button.

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  8. Type in usask.ca for the Adobe ID and click the Sign In Now button.
  9. You will be redirected to a UofS CAS login page; type in your NSID and password and click the Sign In button.

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  10. Once you Sign In you will be redirected back to the Adobe Creative Cloud portal.

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    • Once you click Sign In you will be redirected back to the Adobe Creative Cloud portal.
    • After signing in you should see a message that says Creative Cloud will now be licensed for abc123@usask.ca.  Click continue to enjoy the software.

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  11. Click the Continue button.

Note: If you see a Start Trial message, it means your Department/unit has not assigned a license for Adobe Creative Suite assigned to you. In this case you would have to contact the license manager for your Department to have a valid license assigned to you. If you do not know who the license manager for your Department is please contact the Service Desk (service.desk@usask.ca) and they will be able to tell you who the license manager for your Department/unit is.

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