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Can I share subscription to PS CS5 with a 2nd 'puter that needs it,too for our business?

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Sep 07, 2011 Sep 07, 2011

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I recently purchased the Photoshop CS5 1 yr subscription. I am partner in a start up company and I, the artist, lives in new England and my partner, who is business/marketing end, AND ALSO HAS THE NEW GRAPHIC PRINTER, lives in South Florida.  We BOTH need to use this program. Since the program was subscribed to under the business name, can she and I share the program? Or, does she HAVE to do another subscription under the co name?  Thanks.

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Sep 07, 2011 Sep 07, 2011

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This is a question that is probably best directed in the PS forums.

You would be best to refer to the EULA for your PS subscription, but most Adobe software allows you two installs. One for a work station and one for a mobile computer (laptop). They are inteded for one user to use both. However, I'm not familiar with how the subscription service works, and this functionality may not be true for it.

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Thanks for the answer.  I was certainly under the impression that I SHOULD be able at least 2 downloads - but I couldn't find anything in writing about it. Also, just wanted to make sure that, since it is for business and not personal use, that it's okay to have it installed in 2 different locations.  However, I guess once you think about it, a laptop is often in "a different location".

Thanks a lot.  My first question on the Adobe forums and you were helpful.

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