PBolles
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Adobe AEM - Adobe Experience Manager detection/ARL information

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What is the current status of Flexera detecting Adobe AEM for consumption?

I see files on the servers in the path of /apps/Adobe/AEM/ but no applications.

 

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If you know of a specific Server where the AEM Site Application is installed, then within FlexNet Manager you can find the Inventory Device, go into the details and open the Evidence tab of the device.  Search through the raw Installer Evidence and raw File Evidence to see if there is any evidence being captured that can be used to create a Recognition Rule that this application is installed.

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kclausen
Flexera
Flexera

Isn't Adobe Experience Manager a cloud/SaaS-based offering?  I am not sure what applications would be installed locally on a workstation.

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Looking for detection consumption of the on premise site server installs as licensed:
1. AEM Sites
Licensing. A separate AEM Sites Base Package must be licensed for each AEM Deployment of AEM Sites. AEM Sites includes use of the Media Library functionalities of AEM Assets. AEM Sites does not include licenses for Users, which must be licensed separately.
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Any updates on how to detect the what servers have the AEM site application consuming a AEM site license?

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If you know of a specific Server where the AEM Site Application is installed, then within FlexNet Manager you can find the Inventory Device, go into the details and open the Evidence tab of the device.  Search through the raw Installer Evidence and raw File Evidence to see if there is any evidence being captured that can be used to create a Recognition Rule that this application is installed.

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