When you assign a plan that includes storage and services, you can choose to enable or disable individual services for that product configuration. Enabling and disabling services defines what the users of the product configuration can or cannot access.
You can enable/disable services for an entire product configuration, but not for specific users.
It would help to make note of the following when enabling and disabling services:
- If a user belongs to multiple product configurations or is entitled to multiple Single App plans within a product configuration, and you enable a particular service for one plan and not the other, the user will continue to have access to that service. The user is assigned a union of the entitlements.
- A user with a Creative Cloud for enterprise plan that includes services may also have signed up, as an individual, for a Creative Cloud plan with an Adobe ID. The user will continue to have access to any service that you disable for the Creative Cloud for enterprise plan, if his individual plan includes that service. This entitlement scenario also applies to users who may have a Creative Cloud trial plan that includes storage and services.
- For a user working with desktop apps, enabling and disabling of services may only take effect when the user closes and reopens the app.
- For a user working with a web service or a Creative Cloud mobile app, enabling and disabling of services may only take effect when the user signs out and signs back in.
Creative Cloud users experience the best results when all services are enabled. If services are disabled, many functions within the Creative Cloud will not work.
Certain services, that are not displayed in the Adobe Admin Console, are core to the product function and are always on with a plan that includes storage. Core services are not configurable. The following is a list of the core services:
- File Syncing
- Sync Settings
- Creative Cloud Libraries
- Creative Cloud Market
- Color CC
While creating or editing a product configuration, you can modify the list of services that will be available to users of that product configuration. See Create and manage product configurations for the detailed steps.
More specifically, while editing a product configuration, you work with the list of services displayed in the Enabled Services area and choose the ones to which you want the users of the product configuration to have access.
Example 1: While editing the Document Cloud product configurations, you could choose services to which you want users to have access.
Example 2: While editing the Creative Cloud All Apps plan - 2-GB product configuration, you could deselect services to which you don't want users to have access.