Sign in to the Admin Console and navigate to Settings > Identity.
Learn to set up your organization's Admin Console directory with Enterprise ID users. Adobe hosts the Enterprise ID directory and authenticates your users, and your organization maintains the user accounts.
Enterprise ID accounts are created, owned, and managed by the owning organization. Users cannot create an Enterprise ID or sign up directly for Adobe products and services using an Enterprise ID.
As an administrator, you create an Enterprise ID and issue it to a user. You can manage and revoke access to products and services for the account. You can also delete the Enterprise ID account to block access to any associated data permanently.
See the following table for some of the needs and requirements of Enterprise ID accounts:
|When to use Enterprise ID accounts||What Enterprise ID accounts offer|
|Maintain strict control over apps and services available to a user||Users access accounts through passwords|
Need emergency access to files and data associated with a user ID
|No extra approval needed|
Ability to completely block or delete a user account
|No configuration required|
Navigate to the Directories tab, click Create Directory.
In the Create a Directory screen, enter a name for the directory.
Choose Enterprise ID and click Create Directory.
Your organization must own or trust one or more domains linked to your directory to use Enterprise ID. Adobe authenticates your users against these domains. You must link the claimed domains to the respective directories to add your users to the directory.
Follow the instructions to add domains and link them to directories:
You're ready to provide the purchased Adobe products and services to your users.
Read an introduction to users on the Admin Console. Or jump right in and add users to the Admin Console, using one of these methods:
Once users are added to the Admin Console, provision users by assigning them to Product Profiles.
Assign your users to product profiles to fine-tune your product plans according to the needs of different users in your organization.