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Acrobat Pro DC multiple computer installation

New Here ,
Jul 27, 2016 Jul 27, 2016

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Hi there,

If I purchase a licence for Acrobat Pro DC, how many computers can I install this on as standard, and how much would it cost to add users please?

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Adobe Employee , Jul 28, 2016 Jul 28, 2016
Hi nickyd7717If you purchase Acrobat Pro DC for a single user or volume license,  you can install it on maximum of two systems and can work on one at a time.Refer this link for more information : Adobe end-user license agreements FAQ If you are looking for volume license for multiple users, it is sold via resellers. Refer the links below for more information:Plans and pricing | Adobe Acrobat DCAnswers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Acrobat DC. Compare licensing programs | Adobe Buying Programs...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 28, 2016 Jul 28, 2016

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You can install it on two computers, as long as you don't use it at the same time on both machines.

I don't think you can add users. You can purchase additional licenses, though.

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LEGEND ,
Jul 28, 2016 Jul 28, 2016

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the license is for one person, two computers. Two people need two licenses. If you want more you must either get volume licenses Or use different Adobe IDs. Do not try to add more licenses to one Adobe ID, they will be lost.

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Adobe Employee ,
Jul 28, 2016 Jul 28, 2016

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Hi nickyd7717

If you purchase Acrobat Pro DC for a single user or volume license,  you can install it on maximum of two systems and can work on one at a time.

Refer this link for more information : Adobe end-user license agreements FAQ

If you are looking for volume license for multiple users, it is sold via resellers. Refer the links below for more information:

Let us know if you have any query.

Regards,

Meenakshi

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New Here ,
Oct 29, 2019 Oct 29, 2019

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I've installed the license on two systems with only one being accessed at a time. However, it seemingly deactivated one of my devices and will not allow me to activate to use the same serial number again. Help! 

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New Here ,
Nov 26, 2019 Nov 26, 2019

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Thank you for this (now old!) answer. A natural follow-on: how do I purchase additional licenses for my user ID?

 

I work in multiple different offices, and prefer desktop computers. Therefore, rather than tote a laptop around, I have setup desks with Surface Studio machines at all my regular workplaces. I have 7 of these setups across multiple countries, and all the other cloud software I use works just fine in this arrangement (e.g. Office 365). I also do have a couple of laptop/tablet machines I use now and then, plus of course iPad's and iPhones. To be clear, I am the only person who uses any of these machines, so it will be rare that more than one will be in use at a time (it is conceivable that I will have a Studio and a laptop open on the same desk at the same time, but pretty rarely). 

 

I understand that your terms allow for only two installations, which is disappointing but understood. Here's my question: how do I give you money to increase this number? I don't want to have to create a different Adobe ID for every two machines I use, because I want things like my digital signature and whatnot to sync correctly. So, how do I buy additional licenses and add them on to my Adobe ID? 

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New Here ,
Aug 25, 2021 Aug 25, 2021

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That is the exact question I have.  Why can't we add an addtional computer rather than make the user create a new account?  We would gladly pay for this.

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