Effective June 1, we made Creative Cloud the exclusive source for all creative licensing. This means that CS6 is no longer available under our Cumulative and Transactional licensing programs (CLP and TLP). All other Adobe products available under volume licensing, such as Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Presenter, are unaffected by this change. This change affects commercial customers worldwide and government customers worldwide (with the exception of Japan), but there is no change for education customers. CS6 will continue to be available for purchase via Electronic Software Download (ESD) on Adobe.com in countries where it is currently available.
IT administrators can still deploy Creative Cloud for enterprise with serial numbers, which means users will be anonymous and can work in offline environments. However, if you want to take advantage of the new Adobe Enterprise Dashboard for easier license management or you want your users to access cloud storage or cloud services, then you’ll want to deploy the creative apps to named users using either Adobe IDs or Enterprise IDs. You decide which option is best for your organization, and you can even mix and match for different users and groups.
Yes, IT controls the deployment of creative apps and updates by creating customized deployment packages (industry-standard MSI and PKG files) with the free Creative Cloud Packager. The new Adobe Enterprise Dashboard lets IT control which users and groups within your organization have access to cloud storage and services.
For Enterprise ID users: No, when an employee leaves the organization, IT has the ability to disable or delete the user’s Enterprise ID account. The organization retains control over the files stored ;in the cloud.
For Adobe ID users: IT administrators do not have the ability to revoke access to files stored under an Adobe ID; the user can be removed from the organization but control of the files stored in Creative Cloud stays with the Adobe ID.
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