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Photoshop on a server / licensing

New Here ,
Feb 08, 2018

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Hi everybody,

we are thinking about using Photoshop for the personalization of graphics on a server. The infrastructure we're thinking of is the following: We have shop systems running on individual web servers. If the enduser wants to customize a product, the shop server is contacting a PDFLib server. In some cases it is necessary to open Photoshop which is running on a Windows server, customize the image with the use of droplets and send it back to the shop server. This is how we planned the infrastructure. I guess a single-user license will not be enough for this setup.

What would be the right license for such a setup? Who can we contact to discuss such a topic (we're based in Germany)?

Thanks in advance!

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The general rule is that you require a license for each user who is accessing the application. The appropriate license will depend on the number of users - I would speak to your Adobe Account Manager for options.

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Photoshop on a server / licensing

New Here ,
Feb 08, 2018

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Hi everybody,

we are thinking about using Photoshop for the personalization of graphics on a server. The infrastructure we're thinking of is the following: We have shop systems running on individual web servers. If the enduser wants to customize a product, the shop server is contacting a PDFLib server. In some cases it is necessary to open Photoshop which is running on a Windows server, customize the image with the use of droplets and send it back to the shop server. This is how we planned the infrastructure. I guess a single-user license will not be enough for this setup.

What would be the right license for such a setup? Who can we contact to discuss such a topic (we're based in Germany)?

Thanks in advance!

[Moving to Deployment for Creative Cloud for Team, Enterptise, & CS by Mod]

The general rule is that you require a license for each user who is accessing the application. The appropriate license will depend on the number of users - I would speak to your Adobe Account Manager for options.

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Feb 09, 2018

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The general rule is that you require a license for each user who is accessing the application. The appropriate license will depend on the number of users - I would speak to your Adobe Account Manager for options.

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