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Named User Licensing Migration Guide

Adobe Employee ,
Sep 23, 2019

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Named User Licensing is a software licensing model where software is assigned to an individual instead of a serial number or a device. Users sign in with a credential, such as an email and password, upon launching Creative Cloud and/or Document software, and this credential activates the software.

 

Learn how you can migrate from Serialized to Named User Licensing using a project management approach which aligns tasks and milestones to project stakeholders, taking full advantage of Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise and Document Cloud for enterprise to give you the following:

  • Increased Productivity with Creative Cloud Services
  • Faster and Better Processes with Document Cloud

 

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Named User Licensing Migration Guide

Adobe Employee ,
Sep 23, 2019

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Named User Licensing is a software licensing model where software is assigned to an individual instead of a serial number or a device. Users sign in with a credential, such as an email and password, upon launching Creative Cloud and/or Document software, and this credential activates the software.

 

Learn how you can migrate from Serialized to Named User Licensing using a project management approach which aligns tasks and milestones to project stakeholders, taking full advantage of Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise and Document Cloud for enterprise to give you the following:

  • Increased Productivity with Creative Cloud Services
  • Faster and Better Processes with Document Cloud

 

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Enterprise, Licensing

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