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Can I limit the Creative Cloud users on imac

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Apr 26, 2020

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The iMac I use has multiple users, but not all use the Creative Cloud or Adobe apps. However, Creative Cloud opens when they open their user account.  Is there a way to limit which user accounts access or automatically open CC on startup?  Thanks...

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Can I limit the Creative Cloud users on imac

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The iMac I use has multiple users, but not all use the Creative Cloud or Adobe apps. However, Creative Cloud opens when they open their user account.  Is there a way to limit which user accounts access or automatically open CC on startup?  Thanks...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 26, 2020

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Limiting access to apps on a Mac OS is a question for Apple.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 26, 2020

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Yes stop the CC DTA from loading, starting, launching with the OS.

You do that in the CC DTA Preferences. You then Remove any links to the CC DTA and any other Adobe app from the users folders.

2020-04-10 21_18_59-Creative Cloud Desktop.png

 

Although that option says "Launch at Login" what it really does is Start with the system no matter what/which user logs in.

 

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