I have two user accounts set up on my Macbook. Let's call them 'A' and 'B'.
'A' uses Adobe software via Creative Cloud (CC).
'B' does not use (or need) any Adobe software.
CC installed by 'A' (administrator) and relevant software downloaded and installed (Photoshop, Lightroom, Bridge, Camera Raw).
All is well with user 'A'.
User 'B' logs in and the CC application starts (albeit greyed out in the menu bar). Click the menu item and CC is asking user 'B' to log in. But 'B' can't log in because he doesn't have an Adobe account. 'B' doesn't want to log in. 'B' doesn't want CC intruding on his session.
Startup of CC appears to be set globally - i.e. it starts for all/any users. Note that there's no reference to CC in any of the users' login items list (System Preferences -> Users).
I could 'hack' the relevant plist files but that spells danger if I mess it up.
What is Adobe's definitive mechansim for managing this situation?