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Use Creative Cloud on two Computers but only on one the File Sync

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Jan 10, 2020

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I am working on an iMac and on an MacBook Pro and want to use the Software on both Computers but only on one the File Sync from Creative Cloud App, because my MacBook has not enough disk space available.

 

Any suggestions despite pausing the sync?

 

Cheers,

Janos

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Use Creative Cloud on two Computers but only on one the File Sync

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I am working on an iMac and on an MacBook Pro and want to use the Software on both Computers but only on one the File Sync from Creative Cloud App, because my MacBook has not enough disk space available.

 

Any suggestions despite pausing the sync?

 

Cheers,

Janos

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Hi

You could try freeing up disk space, if you are low on disk space you'll end up with more issues than just file syncing

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No Option, cause my iMac is my computer from work and my MacBook Pro is my personal and i don't want to have the work-files synced on my personal computer.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Sorry I misread your original post, the only option you have is to pause the sync, don't think there's a way to disable it other than uninstalling the Creative Cloud app

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Do you think installing the Photoshop & Co. without the Creative Cloud App could be a solution?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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You can uninstall the Creative Cloud app but in doing so you will not receive updates for your apps as they become available until you install the CC app again

I think just pausing the sync would be your best option

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The only thing with pausing the sync i am afraid of is accidently unpausing it after i deleted all the files on my MacBook.

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