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Apr 26, 2019

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I have a laptop that is both a personal and work computer. I have the photography cc plan tied to my personal email address I use. My job wants me to use a cc account they pay for tied to my work email address. The work account is for using InDesign. Is it possible to be signed into both accounts on the same computer at one time? If this is not possible, am I safe to sign out from one account then sign into the other and go back and forth between personal and work related applications?

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I have a laptop that is both a personal and work computer. I have the photography cc plan tied to my personal email address I use. My job wants me to use a cc account they pay for tied to my work email address. The work account is for using InDesign. Is it possible to be signed into both accounts on the same computer at one time?

no.

If this is not possible, am I safe to sign out from one account then sign into the other and go back and forth between personal and work related applications?

yes, here's how -  http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/sign-in-out-creative-cloud-desktop-app.html

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2 CC Accounts on one computer???

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I have a laptop that is both a personal and work computer. I have the photography cc plan tied to my personal email address I use. My job wants me to use a cc account they pay for tied to my work email address. The work account is for using InDesign. Is it possible to be signed into both accounts on the same computer at one time? If this is not possible, am I safe to sign out from one account then sign into the other and go back and forth between personal and work related applications?

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rodneyl76081542  wrote

I have a laptop that is both a personal and work computer. I have the photography cc plan tied to my personal email address I use. My job wants me to use a cc account they pay for tied to my work email address. The work account is for using InDesign. Is it possible to be signed into both accounts on the same computer at one time?

no.

If this is not possible, am I safe to sign out from one account then sign into the other and go back and forth between personal and work related applications?

yes, here's how -  http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/sign-in-out-creative-cloud-desktop-app.html

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rodneyl76081542  wrote

I have a laptop that is both a personal and work computer. I have the photography cc plan tied to my personal email address I use. My job wants me to use a cc account they pay for tied to my work email address. The work account is for using InDesign. Is it possible to be signed into both accounts on the same computer at one time?

no.

If this is not possible, am I safe to sign out from one account then sign into the other and go back and forth between personal and work related applications?

yes, here's how -  http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/sign-in-out-creative-cloud-desktop-app.html

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Really? I have Lightroom on a personal account and Acrobat on a work account and you're telling me I have to logout and login every time I switch between them? Somehow all other major tech companies have figured this out right? (I have four Google accounts and two MS accounts and it's a non-issue to switch). Really annoying limitation!

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