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Adobe Acrobat Perpetual License Reassignment

Community Beginner ,
Aug 21, 2023 Aug 21, 2023

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I've looked everywhere and can't find this documented anywhere hope you all can help. If we own a license for Adobe Acrobat Pro through the perpetual volume license program and have used it on a computer and that user leaves, can we then reuse it on another computer/user if that first user leaves and is no longer using the license?

 

I know with Microsoft OEM versions are stuck on the one computer you installed them on and volume license keys are reassignable but I'm not sure how it works with Adobe. Thanks so much!

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Community Expert , Aug 21, 2023 Aug 21, 2023

yes, but without deactivation, if there's a limit to the number of installations, that will count as another license installation.

 

if there's no limit (which i think is typical of volume licenses), then there's no benefit to deactivation.

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Aug 21, 2023 Aug 21, 2023

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you should still deactivate it (open acrobat > help > deactivate) on the computer where it's no longer used.  then you can uninstall it, if you want.

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thanks so much for your reply. To confirm though in terms of what is allowed with a license it is ok to reuse a license on another user's computer as long as the first person is no longer using it?

 

Thanks!

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yes, but without deactivation, if there's a limit to the number of installations, that will count as another license installation.

 

if there's no limit (which i think is typical of volume licenses), then there's no benefit to deactivation.

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Awesome thanks so much!

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you're welcome.

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