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Sign in Creative Cloud for all Users on OSX

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Nov 22, 2016

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Is there any way for a system-wide creative cloud sign-in on OSX - more specially on an iMac? We work with a lot of freelancers that all have their unique osx-user-accounts. And they may switch machines from one day to another during a job. Our Adobe-IDs are bound to specific workstations .. and while it is possible to log-in each user with the workstation-specific Adobe-ID it is quiet annoying.

So I am looking for a solution to sign in an entire machine rather than a specific user. This would then automatically log-in all existing users on that machine with the same AdobeID. Optimally this would work with users, that are created afterwards as well.

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Julian

With your existing set up, no. This is because the Adobe ID is tied to the individual not the machine. There is another offering, Device Licenses, whereby the machine is licensed rather than the individual. Be aware that this might not fit with the way you work as it does not include  cloud storage and services. Creative Cloud for education | Educational institutions

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Sign in Creative Cloud for all Users on OSX

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Nov 22, 2016

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Is there any way for a system-wide creative cloud sign-in on OSX - more specially on an iMac? We work with a lot of freelancers that all have their unique osx-user-accounts. And they may switch machines from one day to another during a job. Our Adobe-IDs are bound to specific workstations .. and while it is possible to log-in each user with the workstation-specific Adobe-ID it is quiet annoying.

So I am looking for a solution to sign in an entire machine rather than a specific user. This would then automatically log-in all existing users on that machine with the same AdobeID. Optimally this would work with users, that are created afterwards as well.

Regards,
Julian

With your existing set up, no. This is because the Adobe ID is tied to the individual not the machine. There is another offering, Device Licenses, whereby the machine is licensed rather than the individual. Be aware that this might not fit with the way you work as it does not include  cloud storage and services. Creative Cloud for education | Educational institutions

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Nov 22, 2016

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With your existing set up, no. This is because the Adobe ID is tied to the individual not the machine. There is another offering, Device Licenses, whereby the machine is licensed rather than the individual. Be aware that this might not fit with the way you work as it does not include  cloud storage and services. Creative Cloud for education | Educational institutions

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