Currently we have Adobe Shared Device Licenses and for the new school year a teacher is thinking of moving to Named User Device Licenses. If I install the Named User software verion in the lab and then student A logs in (at this point it counts as one of two computers for this student). After class can another student then login to this same computer with his/her Adobe ID and use Adobe CC or is it tied to student A at this point?
The user can use the same account on two devices at a time. Please check this article for more details: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/download-install/using/install-apps-number-of-computers.html#:~:text=%E6%....
Thank you for the reply. I did read that information before I posted my question but it doesn't answer my question.
Can the Adobe CC software be activated by more than one person on the same computer?
Student A comes in from course 1 and logs into adobe CC on MacBook Air. Thus activating the Adobe CC software for them on that device. The student leaves.
Student B from course 2 comes in and takes that same MacBook Air. Will they be able to login and use Adobe CC on that device or is it tied to Student A?
Kindly guide Student A to log out from the creative cloud app and machine before leaving. Yes, two students can use the same device if they follow this process. It depends on how the profile is configured in your environment. Generally, Adobe has a shared device license for the shared machines but a named user license student can also sign in and access the apps.