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adobe licensing

Explorer ,
Jul 24, 2021 Jul 24, 2021

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I have Adobe CC both for work and personal use (full version). But I'm trying to get down to one computer. My work also pays for Adobe Stock, so ideally I'd use that Adobe CC subscription, but I want to use Lightroom (Cloud) on my personal account because I want my photos to sync with my phone and etc. Can I use Adobe CC on my computer but also buy Lightroom ($10/month) via Apple Store and have both coexist as they should? 

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Community Expert , Jul 25, 2021 Jul 25, 2021

if that means you'll have two adobe id's for one group of cc programs (eg, work id for full) and another for lightroom, you won't be able to use both at the same time and to use the work id programs you'll need to sign out of your lr account (and vice versa), but yes, they can coexist.  whether that works "as it should" or not, depends on your expectations.

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Jul 25, 2021 Jul 25, 2021

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if that means you'll have two adobe id's for one group of cc programs (eg, work id for full) and another for lightroom, you won't be able to use both at the same time and to use the work id programs you'll need to sign out of your lr account (and vice versa), but yes, they can coexist.  whether that works "as it should" or not, depends on your expectations.

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Jul 26, 2021 Jul 26, 2021

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That's what I thought. I understand why Adobe does the licensing the way they do, but this is yet another drawback for it. 

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