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Adobe CC Appication Login Cache

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Hello folks!

 

I work for a school that is using shared device licensing and I'm trying to figure out which files handle login cache so I can create a batch script to automatically delete them whenever the lab units boot. I see that opm.db handles the login cache for the Creative Cloud Desktop App, but even after deleting that file, the core Adobe apps (Photoshop, Premeire, etc) still remain logged in. I've been digging through every file that changes when logging in and out, but it's really starting to become tedious. Sadly, the scope of my position prevents me from simple creative multiple AD accounts for Windows, otherwise this wouldn't be as much of an issue.

 

If anyone has any solutions, please let me know. I really wish that Adobe simply had an option to automatically log out when closing Adobe apps, or the CCD app.

If you are using the shared device license then it is recommended that every user should use a separate account to access the machine and the creative cloud apps. When the user signs in to the application, the details are saved in two locations. First, C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Adobe\OOBE and second is the credential manager. If you have enabled browser-based authentication then the app fetches the details from the default browser as well.

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Adobe CC Appication Login Cache

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Hello folks!

 

I work for a school that is using shared device licensing and I'm trying to figure out which files handle login cache so I can create a batch script to automatically delete them whenever the lab units boot. I see that opm.db handles the login cache for the Creative Cloud Desktop App, but even after deleting that file, the core Adobe apps (Photoshop, Premeire, etc) still remain logged in. I've been digging through every file that changes when logging in and out, but it's really starting to become tedious. Sadly, the scope of my position prevents me from simple creative multiple AD accounts for Windows, otherwise this wouldn't be as much of an issue.

 

If anyone has any solutions, please let me know. I really wish that Adobe simply had an option to automatically log out when closing Adobe apps, or the CCD app.

If you are using the shared device license then it is recommended that every user should use a separate account to access the machine and the creative cloud apps. When the user signs in to the application, the details are saved in two locations. First, C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Adobe\OOBE and second is the credential manager. If you have enabled browser-based authentication then the app fetches the details from the default browser as well.

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If you are using the shared device license then it is recommended that every user should use a separate account to access the machine and the creative cloud apps. When the user signs in to the application, the details are saved in two locations. First, C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Adobe\OOBE and second is the credential manager. If you have enabled browser-based authentication then the app fetches the details from the default browser as well.

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