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Add Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Packages

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Updated April 7th, 2016

Overview

This article provides steps on how to add the Adobe Acrobat Reader DC packages when they are missing from Software Publishing in Patch Manager.

Environment

Patch Manager 2.1

Steps

  1. On the Patch Manager Console, expand Administration and Reporting.
  2. On the Actions pane, select Synchronization Patch manager update wizard. Ensure that DC is selected then finish. It should automatically find the catalog.

 

 

  1. Select the DC catalogs and finish.
  2. Select Software Publishing.
  3. On the Actions pane, select Synchronization Settings.
  4. On the Other Catalogs tab, verify that Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Classic Track Catalog and Adobe Acrobat Reader DC Continuous Track Catalog are selected. This needs to be added below next to other catalogs.

  1. Click Synchronize and then click OK.
  2. On the Actions pane, click Refresh to check the status of the synchronization.
  3. Once the synchronization is complete, go to Synchronization Settings > Subscription tab and select the boxes for required Catalog versions or any others that are needed. 
  4. If there are missing catalogs or patches Repeat Steps 5 and 6 and select what missing.
  5. Once the synchronization completes, select Adobe Systems, Inc.

 

For reference:

Adobe Document Cloud Product Tracks (© 2015 Adobe Systems, Inc., available at http://www.adobe.com, obtained on March 22, 2017.)
 

 

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