Is there an supported way to install Adobe Creative Cloud in a Kiosk mode where the license is tied to the system and not a user? Office 365 supports this type of feature: How to setup Shared Computer Activation step by step for your education environment – Office 365 Edu...
We plan on using Adobe Creative Cloud on systems for our training department, and it would be a nightmare to tie the software to each user on shared computers with generic login accounts.
Thanks in advance!
Thanks for the link, but I viewed the video here: Deploy and manage | Adobe Creative Cloud for teams
and it only shows all licences tied to an Adobe ID. It does not state if we can activate a license on a system without an Adobe ID. The kiosk training systems we have use generic logins without a mailbox/email address.
Educational institutions can use device licenses which are tied to the device not the user. Note that these cannot be used with the latest CC 2019 applications.
Adobe doesn't seem to be able to provide a solution to enable this functionality with current licensing options (unless you are in education).
I believe the correct answer is that you need to create a ficticious email address for that kiosk... like firstname.lastname@example.org. You then buy a license for that "user" and you provide your staff with the list of all kiosks and their Adobe Creative Cloud passwords. So long as your kiosk also only uses one operating system user, you should be able to keep the user logged in and not need to re-enter the password very often.