Our organisation uses the Adobe Suite via a SSO and current indivduals can create CC Libraries which all the team can use whcih is great becuase we use Libraries alot for our work
However the issue we constatnly encounter is that there only seems to be provision for one owner of a Library so when we have a person leave then oganisation then the Library everone has been using gets swtiched off when the SSO user is deactivated in the company's system.
We can obviously have them download their library before leaving and reupload it to another user but this creates a huge amount of complexity around linking, management and other time wasting effects.
My Question is:
Is there a way for a CC Library to be a standalone constant where you can have multiple owners assigned to managing it and it doesnt matter if those owners/managers change or leave?
eg. the CC Library is always active for the SSO organisation and its existance is not reliant on any particular indivdual user name.
Look forward to hearing about possible solutions to the issue.
It seems like it would be a fundamental requiremetn for any SSO situation.
Thanks in advance
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Hi @Rick-Intrigue if you are on a Teams or Enterprise plan there are options to have Libraries tied to the account, not the individual:
Thnaks you thats was very helpful Kevin
No, it is not possible to have multiple owners. You need to plan the owner of a library carefully. I've learned that also the hard way.
It is, however, possible for a free user (one without a plan) to have libraries attached. Maybe it could be a solution to create a dummy user for this?
Teams libraries are shared with the team, and, I do not know if you can limit access to them in some way.