Creative Cloud for Teams on Windows Server 2008 R2 w/Terminal Services

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Jul 06, 2015 Jul 06, 2015

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Can Creative Cloud for Teams be installed in a Terminal Services environment? I understand at a minimum each user would need an individual license, but I can't seem to find definitive information on whether or not it will even work in this type of environment. Trying to deploy in an environment where the user desktop device is a Chrome device, not a pc. This requires all Windows-based apps to be run via Remote Desktop Services on the server.

Any help would be appreciated. 

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Explorer , Jul 06, 2015 Jul 06, 2015

Thanks, Rajshree.

Unfortunately, the first two links are related to deploying and updating Creative Cloud to individual devices. In my case I either need the ability to allow use of a single installation by multiple users simultaneously or install to each user profile on the same server.

Just checked with CC for Teams support and finally got a definitive answer. CC for Teams (nor any other Adobe product) supports access via Remote Desktop, Terminal Services, or Windows Server 2008 in general.

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Thanks, Rajshree.

Unfortunately, the first two links are related to deploying and updating Creative Cloud to individual devices. In my case I either need the ability to allow use of a single installation by multiple users simultaneously or install to each user profile on the same server.

Just checked with CC for Teams support and finally got a definitive answer. CC for Teams (nor any other Adobe product) supports access via Remote Desktop, Terminal Services, or Windows Server 2008 in general.

Thanks, again.

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