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Asset Migration FAQ

Adobe Employee ,
May 26, 2021 May 26, 2021

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What is Asset Migration?

 

Storage is a core component of the cloud offering, which ensures that you can always access your content and related services. It allows you to manage your Creative Cloud assets and Document Cloud assets. With the Creative Cloud assets, you can even enable collaboration and sharing among users. Creative Cloud also helps you sync your content to your desktop. All content created or uploaded by you is tied to your account.

You can migrate content for any one of the following reasons:

  • When switching from an Adobe ID to an Enterprise/Federated ID account. For more information, see Manage identity types.
  • Your organization moves from teams plan to an enterprise plan. Hence, your applications get associated with your new enterprise account.

 

What is the purpose of Asset Migration?

 

The purpose of Asset Migration is to move the enterprise user's content from their company-assigned Adobe ID account to their new enterprise account. This process can be triggered after the IT Admin migrates the user's account from Adobe ID to Enterprise ID/Federated ID. The migration can either be done automatically or manually.

 

Watch this thread for more answers to your FAQs around Asset Migration.

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Jun 10, 2021 Jun 10, 2021

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Who triggers the Asset Migration process?


The IT Admin of the organization/enterprise initiates the account Identity transfer. Then, the employee triggers the actual Asset Migration process by providing Adobe their consent to migrate their content.


Why do you need my consent to migrate my content?

 

Adobe cannot migrate your content from your Adobe ID account without your consent for the following reasons.

  • When you use your Adobe ID, you retain complete control over files and data associated with your Adobe ID account. When you use an Enterprise ID or Federated ID, it is the enterprise that owns and controls this content.
  • Your contract with Adobe as the end-user of an Adobe ID account states that the users retain complete control over the files and data associated with their ID.
  • Also, Adobe cannot move your content without your consent as per the Federal Stored Communications Act (the SCA), 18 U.S.C. Sections 2701-271.

 

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How do I manage the personal content in my Adobe ID account?

 

The Asset Migration process moves all the supported content from your company assigned Adobe ID account to your new enterprise account.

If you do not want to migrate your personal content, you must remove the content from your Adobe ID account before you start the migration process. You can manually download/move your personal content to your desktop. After the migration is completed, your old company assigned Adobe ID account is converted to a new free personal Adobe ID account.

You can manually transfer the downloaded content to this new personal Adobe ID account.

 

What type of content does the migration process support?

 

All the supported content in your old Adobe ID account is transferred to the new enterprise account. This process is an all-or-nothing migration process, the user cannot choose which data files/content to migrate.

Content that is migrated

  • Adobe Sign
  • Adobe Spark creations
  • Adobe Spark published
  • Adobe XD prototypes
  • Behance/Portfolio
  • Application preferences
  • Cloud documents
  • Comments
  • Creative Cloud Libraries
  • Files (Creative Cloud and Document Cloud)
  • Folders
  • Library data
  • Mobile creations (DCX)
  • Share links
  • Versions

Content that is not migrated

  • Activity feed
  • Adobe Anywhere
  • Adobe Color
  • Adobe Stock
  • Adobe Story
  • Adobe Fonts
  • Fill & Sign user profile data
  • Lightroom
  • Videos published from Mobile Apps

    Note: The content that is not migrated is still available under your Adobe ID account.

To take a backup of catalogs created using Lightroom Classic CC, see Back up a catalog.

For Lightroom CC, you can take a local backup by enabling Save all original images in a specified location in the local storage environment setting.

For details, see Set preferences.

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