Need to install CS6 on your computers?
With Creative Cloud, Adobe has introduced a new way of serializing volume licensed installations. The method of activating a Suite on one computer and deploying it to other computers no longer works, so we follow the approach of distributing the installed files as a fileset and then running a serialization script at the end of the fileset activation. Self-Healing and the Intelligent Downloader still work that way.
Creative Cloud Packager
Creative Cloud for Teams Account or Creative Cloud Enterprise Serial Number
FileWave Admin 5.0 or higher
Up to 20 Gb of free space
Download and Install Adobe Creative Cloud Packager
Creative Cloud for Teams: https://creative.adobe.com/team/admin
Creative Cloud for Enterprise: https://licensing.adobe.com/
Using AAMEE 3.0, create a "CS6 Trial Package" with all your desired options (disable updates, etc.)
Using AAMEE 3.0, create a "CS6 Serialization File" and save it at a location of your choosing. Keep in mind you have to do this on a machine connected to the internet!
On your package building machine, start Fileset Magic and take a Snapshot
Use the AAMEE generated package from Step 2 to install the CS6 Suite
Configure CS6 further, add in Templates, Install Application Updates
Take another Snapshot in Fileset Magic and build your unserialized fileset
If the /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe PCD folder has been created, set it to "Download if missing" and include the "Don't overwrite existing files upon deployment" checkbox to prevent erasing existing Adobe Licenses. Drag&drop the folder "/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Application Manager" to "/Library/Application Support/Adobe/OOBE" in Fileset Contents, then rename "Adobe Application Manager" to read "PDApp".
Import the AdobeSerialization Binary and .prov file generated in step 3 into the fileset, into /usr/local/etc ( If you have different license keys for different departments, it might make sense to have separate CS and serialization filesets - in this case, just follow steps 8 - 10 in a new , empty fileset )
Import the attached script into /usr/local/etc ( Uncheck "Hide unused folders" to make the folder visible )
Set the imported script to execute at activation using the "Get Info" button
Some have found better success with Fileset Magic