Adobe Creative Cloud Suite

The district Adobe Creative Suite license this year is a named user license. This means that the software is licensed to individual users and not devices. Each user must login to use any Adobe application.

Our previous license expires at the end of November, therefore, all staff using any Adobe Creative Cloud Suite products (example: Acrobat) must use the current installation of the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App and login to active the new license.

Mac users:

If you haven’t installed Creative Cloud Desktop App, go to featured in Self-Service and install.

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Windows Users (this include staff with Wyse boxes):

The Creative Cloud Desktop App has been pushed to your computer. You should have this icon on your desktop. Double click this icon to open the program and proceed to the next step. If you do not have this on your desktop, enter a helpdesk ticket.
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Sign in by clicking on Sign in with an Enterprise ID


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After clicking sign in with an Enterprise ID, enter your email address in the next window. Once you enter your email address, a Google authentication box will open. Enter your email address and password to authenticate with Google.

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Once you have signed in, you can then install or open any apps listed on the left side under Apps.

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Install: You can install Creative Cloud applications on multiple computers, regardless of operating system.
Activate: You can activate Creative Cloud on up to two computers.
Use: You can use the software on one computer at a time.

Please enter a helpdesk ticket if you require further assistance.

 

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