Another question on VDI/SSO/Activation etc.
Non-persistent Citrix VAD\XenApp environment. Windows 2016. AcrobatDC latest version 2019. Roaming profiles (FSLogix). Forty servers in a delivery group (pool). Users randomly assigned a session on any one of the forty servers at logon.
We have Adobe Federated IDs configured (named user licenses) using on-prem ADFS. All working.
So to clarify what our expectations should be of the user experience (and align it with reality).
Joking aside, is that a fair summary of the current summary?
Can i ask:
1. Another forum post here in early 2019 mentioned that the auto-sign-in user experience that, say, MS Office utilises is a much-requested feature and Adobe are working on providing this in a future solution. Is that still the case? (and the inevitable follow up question on timescale?).
2. Two-device activation limit for Enterprise customers. Is there a method of product deployment or licensing that will effectively remove the two-device activation limitation for customers in our scenario?
I have looked through https://www.adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/VirtualizationGuide/index.html but might be missing something.
1. Sorry, it is difficult for us to comment on unreleased features as dates and feature sets can shift. We do have this on our roadmap however.
2. These keys should stop the activation limitation issue
Thank you for responding Alister.
I appreciate you can't comment on future dates, but it is good to know it is on your roadmap.
I spoke to support about the activation issue and those reg keys seem to have done the trick.
I can also confirm that a user can enter their FederatedID email address into the 'normal' sign-in email address box (ie. they don't actually have to click the 'sign-in with EnterpriseID' link) and they will start their ADFS drive-by and get auto signed-in. Which is good.