Manage products on Admin Console
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Learn about the products that your organization has purchased as part of the enterprise or teams agreement with Adobe.
What is a product?
Administering your Teams or VIP subscription? Learn how to manage your products and licenses.
Your organization (teams or enterprise) purchases products as part of an agreement with Adobe. You can use these products to assign Adobe apps and services to your users.
You can manage your purchased products in the Products section of the Adobe Admin Console.
Experience Cloud products, such as Adobe Target, Adobe Campaign, Adobe Analytics, contain a single solution.
A product may contain a single app such as Acrobat Pro DC, or Acrobat. Services like Adobe Sign.
App or service-based products also specify the number of licenses purchased for that product. This indicates the numbers of users licensed to use the apps and services included in that product. Experience Cloud solutions specify the number of users of that product. This indicates the numbers of users licensed to use that solution.
Assigning users to products
How you use the products purchased by your organization, depends on:
Type of agreement or licensing methods
- Teams customers: Add teams users to the product plan to assign licenses to the users. Read details.
- Named User Licensing (enterprise) customers: Create a product profile for this product and then add users to that product profile. Read details.
- Shared User Licensing (education) customers: Create a shared device license profile for this product and then add users to that product profile. Read details.
Type of product
Assign Users: Products such as Creative Cloud All Apps, single app products such as Photoshop or XD, Acrobat, and Adobe Acrobat Sign have the option to assign users. For each license, you assign one user to that product. So, for the Creative Cloud All Apps product, if you assign a user to that product, that user is licensed to use every Adobe app or service available.
Assign Developers: Allow developers in your organization to integrate, extend, or create apps and experiences based on Adobe's products and technologies. Read details.
Assign Product admins to a product
Named User Licensing for enterprises, Shared Device Licensing for education
Click the Product to assign one or more Product admins.
Go to the Admins tab and click Add Admin.
Enter the name or email address of the user.
You can search for existing users or add a user by specifying a valid email address, and filling the information on the screen.
You can add up to ten admins here. To add more, repeat the above steps after saving the changes.
For all your Adobe apps & services to function correctly, there is a set of URLs/domains that must be allowed on ports 80 and 443. Learn more.
The admins that you assigned to the Product will receive an email invite indicating the Product for which they've been given administrative rights.
Remove users and user groups from a product
While managing a product in the Admin Console, navigate to Users.
Select the check boxes to the left of the user names and click Remove Users.
In the confirmation dialog box, click Remove Users.
Export product list
You can export the list of products purchased and assigned. The procurement department in your organization can use this list - for billing and accounting purposes.
Click the Export to CSV in the upper-right corner of the page.
Choose a folder location and click OK.
The CSV file that you download contains the list of products in your organization:
- Nickname: Of the Product Profile
- Product: Of the product to which a profile belongs
- License Quota: Number of users assigned to a profile. See Define and manage quotas.
- Assigned: Number of licenses of each product assigned / consumed for the product profile.
- Admins: Administrators for a profile