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Adobe Drive
Adobe Drive
Adobe Drive free download for Mac

Adobe Drive

Version 5.0.3

Digital asset management system for Creative Suite.

Adobe Drive overview

Adobe Drive software enables seamless integration of a digital asset management (DAM) system with Adobe Creative Suite 5, 5.5, 6, and CC applications. Once connected to a DAM server, you can access remote assets through your operating system file browser, through Adobe Bridge, or from the menus of CS products that integrate with Drive: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and InCopy.

Top Features
  • Support for "hidden" features Within the integrated Creative Suite applications, perform asset management functions such as viewing version history or adding comments upon check-in when saving files directly from the application.
  • Connector for ADEP DAM Services Enables access to digital assets managed within the Web Experience Management Adobe solution and the Integrated Content Review solution.
  • CMIS connector Enables basic access to asset management servers that implement the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification.
  • Customized properties support Allows users to edit and view custom metadata/properties through Adobe Drive in Adobe Bridge.

What’s new in version 5.0.3

Updated on Jun 23 2015

Version 5.0.3:
Key Fixes and Improvements
  • Support for OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite
  • Support for Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 and Adobe Creative Cloud 2014 apps
  • Improved support for large file upload on OS X 10.9 Mavericks
  • Improved search with Adobe Bridge
  • Improved support for large OBJ files. Fixed data corruption
  • Improved file version handling if versions created at server
Known Issues
  • If you have a previous installation of Adobe Drive 5.0.x on OS X Yosemite, perform the following cleanup steps sequentially before installing Adobe Drive 5.0.3:
    • Un-pack the AdobeDrive5UninstallUtility.dmg
    • Run UninstallUtility.sh within AdobeDrive5UninstallUtility.dmg
    • Uninstall the previous version of Adobe Drive
    • Restart the system
    • Install Adobe Drive 5.0.3
  • Forcible quitting from Finder is required to proceed with the installation when the Adobe Drive installer becomes unresponsive during installation on Mac OS and Activity Monitor displays Finder as unresponsive.
  • Adobe Bridge crashes when asset in child folder is copied to parent folder.
  • Adobe Drive 5.0.3 needs JDK 1.6 installed on OS X.





54.4 MB



App requirements

  • Intel 32
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
  • Adobe Drive CC software is used together with Adobe Creative Cloud products: Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, InCopy, and Bridge.
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Sep 6 2011
Sep 6 2011
Thanks for updated Adobe Drive 2 for Lion Users! You did the right!
Aug 8 2011
Aug 8 2011
Not sure if it's just my laptop, (MacBook Pro 15" running 10.6.8), but immediately after installing Adobe Drive v3, my CS4 programs began to crash on startup, (InDesign), or as soon as you tried to create a new file, or open an existing file, (Photoshop and Illustrator). Acrobat 9.x was not effected. I never checked the other CS4 Design Premium programs because I hardly use them. All other applications on this computer have no problems at all. ONLY these Adobe CS4 apps. I played with preferences to no avail. Tried another user account with same results. But, immediately after UNINSTALLING Adobe Drive 3, all of my Adobe apps were perfectly normal and stable again. Interested in seeing if anyone had a similar experience.
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