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Adobe License Review – Final Letter

New Here ,
Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

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I recieved this email with the above subject line. I can't find anything in the forums about the legitimacy of it. The email came from LicensingReviewAMER@adobe.com. See Below removing my personal info.

 

Adobe Agreement Number: *********************


Dear "My Name",

As part of our 3rd correspondence with ************** we kindly request an immediate response and collaboration regarding the completion of the Adobe License Review.

We would like to remind you that if ************** uses Adobe software, under the applicable Adobe license agreement, Adobe has the right to review and verify installation and usage of its software.

 

It is very important that all software running in Adobe System is fully licensed, otherwise the organization could be exposed to financial, legal, security and reputational risks.

Next Steps:

 

To proceed, please complete the <removed link with personal information> and submit this within 7 days.

We trust that Adobe can count on your amicable support and the review is submitted no later than 02-06-2024. Moe De Luca Americas LM Manager (and/or Americas LM iScale Specialist) remains on standby should any of the above be unclear.

In the meantime, please feel free to review our FAQs, and license management Glossary should you have any questions. Thank you for your continued partnership with Adobe, and we look forward to working with your organization.


Kind regards,

Maurice “Moe” De Luca

Americas LM Business Manager

LicensingReviewAMER@adobe.com

 

Time Zone: Mountain Time (MST) 

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Community Expert , Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

@tmizell This is legit and has been discussed frequently in the forums. This is part of your enterprise contract with Adobe. One of the terms is they reserve the right to do licensing audits with a third-party vendor.

 

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Jan 30, 2024 Jan 30, 2024

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@tmizell This is legit and has been discussed frequently in the forums. This is part of your enterprise contract with Adobe. One of the terms is they reserve the right to do licensing audits with a third-party vendor.

 

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Feb 16, 2024 Feb 16, 2024

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I agree. This is an odd approach. For a company like Adobe, why would they initiate contact thru a 3rd party and use old fashioned documents and forms to gather info?

 

They could make a request thru the Admin Portal. The chat support at the admin portal told me BSA was trustworthy but they could not force me to share info. We pay Adobe for all our licenses. The BSA rep replied saying, Moe De Luca will send me an email with more details. 

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Feb 16, 2024 Feb 16, 2024

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@gbradley10 you do actually have to comply, I can't share the exact details but it is outlined in your Enterprise contract that Adobe reserves the right to audit your company should they need to. Refusing to participate violates your contract.

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