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Hi, 

 

I have a couple of questions about the Adobe VIP licences. Wonder if someone here can help me :

1- Can you block Cloud access with ENTERPRISE licenses ? 
I found this in Creative Cloud for TEAMS documentation but when I follow the link there's absolutly no infomration on how to Enterprise licenses are different than Team licenses in regards to blocking cloud access. 

 

My organization wants to block access to certain services, such as storage and community features, available through Creative Cloud. Is this possible?

If you would like the ability to turn certain services on/off, then a Creative Cloud for enterprise membership may be a better option. Visit the Creative Cloud for enterprise page to learn more.

 

I was also told about O-GB products but can't seem to find them anywhere. Do these still exist ? How can I purchase them ?  I've asked our reseller and they don't know what I am refering to so a SKU # would really help. 

2- Can licences, either TEAMS or ENTERPRISE be configured to be used ONLY on the Internal Network. If so, how ? 

 

 

Hello,

Regarding this, I was thinking about the licensing model that may help you. Below is some information I like to share.

 

1. If you are thinking about moving to Enterprise VIP from the VIP license then we have Shared device licensing also available under eVIP licensing.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/licensing.html
2. SDL packages are machine-based. The license count will be counted as per the devices you have installed the application.
3. In Vip licensing, you are only allowed to use Adobe IDs. Once you move to eVip, you will have access to other ID types and you can configure end-user IDs as enterprise or Federated IDs.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/identity.html
4. Adobe ID's are owned by the individual whereas Enterprise or Federated ID's are owned by the organization.
5. In Shared device licensing, you need not assign any applications to the end-users. The applications will be installed in your organization and users will not have access to use them outside of your organization.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-deployment-guide.html
6. Adobe IDs get 2 GB of free storage by default. If you add the users as Federated ID, they will not get any storage. This means they will not be able to use any cloud services or storage.
7. In Shared device licensing, you can set certain permissions while creating a package, and that way you can control end-users to use the licenses within the organization.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-user-access-policy.html

8. You also have an option to enable or disable services in eVIP plans.

https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-faq.html

 

Moving to eVIP will involve cost as well so you may discuss and plan. you may check with your reseller and get more information on that.

Hope this helps.

 

Thanks,
Nikhil Gupta

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VIP licensing questions

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Hi, 

 

I have a couple of questions about the Adobe VIP licences. Wonder if someone here can help me :

1- Can you block Cloud access with ENTERPRISE licenses ? 
I found this in Creative Cloud for TEAMS documentation but when I follow the link there's absolutly no infomration on how to Enterprise licenses are different than Team licenses in regards to blocking cloud access. 

 

My organization wants to block access to certain services, such as storage and community features, available through Creative Cloud. Is this possible?

If you would like the ability to turn certain services on/off, then a Creative Cloud for enterprise membership may be a better option. Visit the Creative Cloud for enterprise page to learn more.

 

I was also told about O-GB products but can't seem to find them anywhere. Do these still exist ? How can I purchase them ?  I've asked our reseller and they don't know what I am refering to so a SKU # would really help. 

2- Can licences, either TEAMS or ENTERPRISE be configured to be used ONLY on the Internal Network. If so, how ? 

 

 

Hello,

Regarding this, I was thinking about the licensing model that may help you. Below is some information I like to share.

 

1. If you are thinking about moving to Enterprise VIP from the VIP license then we have Shared device licensing also available under eVIP licensing.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/licensing.html
2. SDL packages are machine-based. The license count will be counted as per the devices you have installed the application.
3. In Vip licensing, you are only allowed to use Adobe IDs. Once you move to eVip, you will have access to other ID types and you can configure end-user IDs as enterprise or Federated IDs.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/identity.html
4. Adobe ID's are owned by the individual whereas Enterprise or Federated ID's are owned by the organization.
5. In Shared device licensing, you need not assign any applications to the end-users. The applications will be installed in your organization and users will not have access to use them outside of your organization.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-deployment-guide.html
6. Adobe IDs get 2 GB of free storage by default. If you add the users as Federated ID, they will not get any storage. This means they will not be able to use any cloud services or storage.
7. In Shared device licensing, you can set certain permissions while creating a package, and that way you can control end-users to use the licenses within the organization.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-user-access-policy.html

8. You also have an option to enable or disable services in eVIP plans.

https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-faq.html

 

Moving to eVIP will involve cost as well so you may discuss and plan. you may check with your reseller and get more information on that.

Hope this helps.

 

Thanks,
Nikhil Gupta

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Hi,

With the named user licenses, you can restrict the use of cloud usage to some extent within the organization however the user would still be able to use it outside the organization. The best option is to get All App-0 GB license and if the Reseller has any issues then they can contact Reseller support for more details.

 

The named user license requires an internet connection to authenticate the account and verify the license. Again the Reseller would be the best point of contact who would be able to provide more details on the licenses. You can also fill out the consultation form wherein our concerned team would be able to give you the details: https://www.adobe.com/in/products/request-consultation/creative-cloud.html.

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Hello,

Regarding this, I was thinking about the licensing model that may help you. Below is some information I like to share.

 

1. If you are thinking about moving to Enterprise VIP from the VIP license then we have Shared device licensing also available under eVIP licensing.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/licensing.html
2. SDL packages are machine-based. The license count will be counted as per the devices you have installed the application.
3. In Vip licensing, you are only allowed to use Adobe IDs. Once you move to eVip, you will have access to other ID types and you can configure end-user IDs as enterprise or Federated IDs.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/identity.html
4. Adobe ID's are owned by the individual whereas Enterprise or Federated ID's are owned by the organization.
5. In Shared device licensing, you need not assign any applications to the end-users. The applications will be installed in your organization and users will not have access to use them outside of your organization.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-deployment-guide.html
6. Adobe IDs get 2 GB of free storage by default. If you add the users as Federated ID, they will not get any storage. This means they will not be able to use any cloud services or storage.
7. In Shared device licensing, you can set certain permissions while creating a package, and that way you can control end-users to use the licenses within the organization.
https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-user-access-policy.html

8. You also have an option to enable or disable services in eVIP plans.

https://helpx.adobe.com/in/enterprise/using/sdl-faq.html

 

Moving to eVIP will involve cost as well so you may discuss and plan. you may check with your reseller and get more information on that.

Hope this helps.

 

Thanks,
Nikhil Gupta

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Thank you for the information. I will look into the Shared device licenses.

 

Since I could not find any way to disable storage, even with Enterprise ID it is listed as one of the service that you cannot desactivate unfortunatly. 

 

Thanks for your help. 

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