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New Here ,
Aug 29, 2017

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This is the first time I've been involved in a CC installation and I'm trying to get a feel for how it will work.

This is a business environment with several users.  Creative Cloud for Teams.

1)  I would like to be able to install CC and not force them to log in every time they use the software or at all for that matter.  Is this possible?

2)  I would like to avoid a situation where our employees can install and use our licenses on their home computers.  It seems that once they have a log in, they can leave here and install and use on their personal computers.  Is that correct?

Thanks.

Under normal circumstances signing in only needs to be done once per machine.

I believe even a team license allows for each license to be applied to two machines, such that it could be possible for employees to legitimately install and use the software on another machine wherever it might be - not a bad thing if you don't mind employees working from remote locations if they should need to.  Each installation has to be signed in for it to be activated... if you were to control the sign in process such that the users do not know what the sign in information is then they would not be able to utilize the license elsewhere.

Someone else should hopefully confirm whether I am right/wrong.

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Install options for CCT

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This is the first time I've been involved in a CC installation and I'm trying to get a feel for how it will work.

This is a business environment with several users.  Creative Cloud for Teams.

1)  I would like to be able to install CC and not force them to log in every time they use the software or at all for that matter.  Is this possible?

2)  I would like to avoid a situation where our employees can install and use our licenses on their home computers.  It seems that once they have a log in, they can leave here and install and use on their personal computers.  Is that correct?

Thanks.

Under normal circumstances signing in only needs to be done once per machine.

I believe even a team license allows for each license to be applied to two machines, such that it could be possible for employees to legitimately install and use the software on another machine wherever it might be - not a bad thing if you don't mind employees working from remote locations if they should need to.  Each installation has to be signed in for it to be activated... if you were to control the sign in process such that the users do not know what the sign in information is then they would not be able to utilize the license elsewhere.

Someone else should hopefully confirm whether I am right/wrong.

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Under normal circumstances signing in only needs to be done once per machine.

I believe even a team license allows for each license to be applied to two machines, such that it could be possible for employees to legitimately install and use the software on another machine wherever it might be - not a bad thing if you don't mind employees working from remote locations if they should need to.  Each installation has to be signed in for it to be activated... if you were to control the sign in process such that the users do not know what the sign in information is then they would not be able to utilize the license elsewhere.

Someone else should hopefully confirm whether I am right/wrong.

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It does seem that the account stays logged in, but without the passage of time, no way to tell how solid this is.

I decided to go ahead and do the install on one machine.

I set up an alias to my own email account and will register this CC license using that alias and log in for user.

Thanks.

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Moving this discussion to the Deployment for Creative Cloud for Team, Enterprise, & CS forum.

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