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I'm a consultant, and I typically purchase LR CC Adobe Cloud accounts for clients.
I would like to be able to log-in to multiple Adobe CC accounts from my laptop. Is this possible.
The purpose for doing this is so that I can maintain the online (shared on the cloud) photos for each client.
Normal installations of Lightroom only allow access to one synced cloud accounts. If you switch cloud accounts, all of the synced files will be deleted (or, so says the LR prompt).
So... is it possible to run different Adobe Cloud accounts w/Lightroom from one computer. I only need to run one account at a time.
Would it be best to use separate Windows user logins for each of the Adobe CC accounts?
Will Adobe services be smart enough to not download multiple versions of the software?
Any sync type problems to be aware of?
Any help with this would be appreciated.
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Why was this response marked "correct answer", given that the question has not been answered at all?
Thank you @sighthound for the like.
I do NOT know about file sharing, but it IS possible to have multiple users
You sign OUT of account A and sign IN to account B
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