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I have some questions regarding the features of the Adobe ETLA plan.

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Jun 13, 2024 Jun 13, 2024

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Hello, I am wondering if the ETLA plan provides the following features:

 

 

1. Do you provide a feature to restrict login access to Adobe accounts registered in the console, preventing external personal accounts (e.g., Google) from logging in? For example, ensuring service access only through the company account on work PCs, not through personal accounts.

 

2. Do you provide access control features to restrict access to only authorized devices within the company network, such as IP access restrictions and public settings restrictions? For example, disabling public sharing settings like the Notion web publishing feature.

 

3. If mobile apps/desktop apps need to be used for work purposes, can security controls such as authorization, authentication, and access control be applied? For example, for apps like Notion mobile app and Slack mobile app.

 

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Jun 14, 2024 Jun 14, 2024

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Hi @bitdang

Regarding your questions about the Adobe ETLA plan, I would ask you to request a consultation to get appropriate answers to the questions which you have regarding the Adobe ETLA Plan. You can submit the request by clicking here: https://adobe.ly/3VpUDMh


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