Removing "owner" in Team Projects

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Feb 27, 2020

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The company I work for edits their shows using team projects. We've recently run into an issue in which an editor was let go and no longer has an adobe log in. He had unshared changes before he left and we thought to just remove him as a collaborator. Unfortunately he was the owner of the project and we are looking to change ownership or find another way to remove him from the project. Anyone have a workaround for this?

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Feb 28, 2020

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Under an enterprise license you need an admin account with a special team projects capability, that allows for a dom call for 'SetOwner' to change the Team Project owner. This option is not available for a Creative Cloud Team license.
As a workaround you could create a duplicate of the Team Project. Any collaborator can open the Team Project and choose 'Files > Save as...'. The duplicate team Project will have the 'collaborator' set as the 'owner'. The caveat here is that the Team Project version history and current collaborators are not copied.

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