If you have purchased Document Cloud for enterprise or Document Cloud for business plans you can use the Adobe Admin Console to manage users (and their identities), products, and entitlements associated with the users and products. You can also assign multiple administrators to help manage your organization or the functional behavior of Document Cloud products and services. For example, you can assign a specific feature administrator to manage the behavior of Adobe Sign. For more information, see Manage Administrators.
If you have Adobe Sign – Business or Adobe Sign – Enterprise plans, see Adobe Sign administration for information about the Adobe Sign administration portal.
To administer Adobe Sign for your organization, a user must have administrator privileges. Also, the user must be included in a product profile that includes Adobe Sign.
In the Admin Console, navigate to Overview. Click Manage Adobe Sign from the Adobe Sign administration card.
A new browser tab opens and you are automatically signed in to the Adobe Sign Administration Console.
In a new browser tab, you are redirected to Adobe Sign Administration.
If an Adobe Sign administrator received administrative rights via the Adobe Admin Console, you can do one of the following to revoke the Adobe Sign administrator rights for the user:
- In the Admin Console Users section, remove the Administrator entitlement in Products & permissions panel. Then, also remove the user's Adobe Sign administration rights using the Adobe Sign administration portal. This user can still use Adobe Sign - but does not have Adobe Sign administration rights.
- In the Admin Console, navigate to Products or Users, remove the user from the product group which includes a Document Cloud for enterprise or Document Cloud for business entitlement. This user cannot use Adobe Sign, and therefore does not have feature administration rights.
If the Adobe Sign administrator received administration rights via the Adobe Sign administration area, you can revoke administration privileges by disabling the account administrator or group administrator user settings.