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Concurrent vs. Named

New Here ,
Jan 24, 2017

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Hello,

I can't find a straight answer to this despite reading lots of documentation, so apologies if it's clear somewhere.

In an organisation of 300-odd users, we only have about 50 concurrent accesses of any of the Adobe Products. Is it possible therefore to buy 50 enterprise licenses, give all 300 users an account, and only 50 people will be able to open the applications?

Or would I need to painstakingly apply a named user to Cloud products as they wanted them, and then move the license to a different user later?

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Hi,

If you are managing your licenses on the Admin Console then you need to assign each license to a user. Only those users, when they sign in, will have entitlement to use the license. You can adjust the licenses on the Admin Console at any time.

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Concurrent vs. Named

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Hello,

I can't find a straight answer to this despite reading lots of documentation, so apologies if it's clear somewhere.

In an organisation of 300-odd users, we only have about 50 concurrent accesses of any of the Adobe Products. Is it possible therefore to buy 50 enterprise licenses, give all 300 users an account, and only 50 people will be able to open the applications?

Or would I need to painstakingly apply a named user to Cloud products as they wanted them, and then move the license to a different user later?

Steve

Hi,

If you are managing your licenses on the Admin Console then you need to assign each license to a user. Only those users, when they sign in, will have entitlement to use the license. You can adjust the licenses on the Admin Console at any time.

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Hi,

If you are managing your licenses on the Admin Console then you need to assign each license to a user. Only those users, when they sign in, will have entitlement to use the license. You can adjust the licenses on the Admin Console at any time.

Manage users in Adobe Enterprise deployments

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And, is managing licenses on the Admin Console the way that I would do that? Is it strictly a one-to-one relationship?

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Yes, the license is per-user.

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