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Restrict permisson only to devices from cpompany

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Feb 28, 2023 Feb 28, 2023

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Hello, is there a way to restrict the access to Creative Cloud to specific devices? 
As an example, with my login credentials i can install CC in my company device and my private one. 
But it should only be possible to access CC from specific devices. 

Is there a way to achive this? 
Thanks. 

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Adobe Employee , Feb 28, 2023 Feb 28, 2023

@Thomas27471221mgww I would like to add after @kevin stohlmeyer point that you can check with your CSM/Reseller for an alter licensing method like we have the shared device licenses for Edu organizations if you need more control over the licensing as the Named User licenses are meant for access on multiple devices. The license is tied to the user's accounts so they can install and activate it on any of the 2 machines.

 

 

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Community Expert , Feb 28, 2023 Feb 28, 2023

Hi @Thomas27471221mgww there is nothing in Adobe Creative Cloud admin console that would restrict access like this, however you could set up your SSO authorization to only allow access on company devices using certs. That would be something your IT would need to handle with your SSO vendor, not Adobe.

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Hi @Thomas27471221mgww there is nothing in Adobe Creative Cloud admin console that would restrict access like this, however you could set up your SSO authorization to only allow access on company devices using certs. That would be something your IT would need to handle with your SSO vendor, not Adobe.

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Thank you very much, will check this option! 

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@Thomas27471221mgww I would like to add after @kevin stohlmeyer point that you can check with your CSM/Reseller for an alter licensing method like we have the shared device licenses for Edu organizations if you need more control over the licensing as the Named User licenses are meant for access on multiple devices. The license is tied to the user's accounts so they can install and activate it on any of the 2 machines.

 

 

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