Adobe Admin Console users

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Why add users to Adobe Admin Console

As an admin on the Adobe Admin Console, after you've chosen your identity type and set up identity, your next task is to add users to the Admin Console.

Adobe enterprise and teams, broadly defines two types of users:

Administrators (admins)

Enterprise or teams admins perform administrative tasks on the Admin Console. So, you add admins to define a flexible administrative hierarchy that enables fine-grained management of Adobe product access, and usage, and other administrative tasks.

All admins must be added to the Admin Console. When adding them, the administrative privileges are based on their administrative roles.

End users

End users are the users in your organization or institution who use the Adobe products and services that your organization or institution has obtained as part of the agreement with Adobe.

Decide your user management strategy

Depending on your requirements, you add, remove, or update users individually or you can use one of the available bulk upload methods. Use the following matrix as a guide to plan your user management.

If you're a new Adobe enterprise or teams customer, we recommend that you go through this table before you start managing your users on the Admin Console. Existing customers can use this, especially, if they're planning to migrate from one identity type to another (see Edit identity type).

 

Individually

(Admin Console)

CSV Bulk upload (Admin Console) Azure / Google connectors User Sync Tool User Management REST API
Applies to Adobe teams and enterprise customers Adobe enterprise customers
 

Manage users individually in the Admin Console.

Manage users with CSV file upload in the Admin Console.

 

Manage users (and groups) based on your existing Azure AD portal or Google federation Manage users (and groups) based on your organization's LDAP. 
Add users Users tab in Admin ConsoleRead more.

Use Add users by CSV in Admin ConsoleRead more.

(Use default CSV template.)

Add users in Azure or Google. Or via Admin Console.
Users should be added in your organization's LDAP. 

Remove users Select and remove user in Admin ConsoleRead more

Choose 
Remove users by CSV in Users tab of Admin ConsoleRead more.

(Use default CSV template.)

Users must be removed in Azure or Google.

Ensure that user information is in sync.

Caution: Users not in your organization's LDAP are removed from Admin Console.

 

Edit user details Select user and then Edit User Details in Admin Console. Read more.

Choose Edit user details by CSV in Users tab of Admin ConsoleRead more.

(Use default CSV template.)

All user information must be changed in Azure or Google. Ensure that user information is in sync.
Supported Identity types All Federated ID
Federated ID and Enterprise ID
Max. updates per operation 10

25,000

(5,000 for optimal performance)

Unlimited
(Maps to your organization's LDAP)
Unlimited
(Maps to your organization's LDAP)
Requires understanding of Adobe Admin Console Creating and updating .csv file formats, preferably using Microsoft Excel You must set up Azure AD or Google federation
  • macOS Terminal or Windows Command prompt
  • Understanding of LDAP
Working knowledge of a programming language (such as Python) to consume REST APIs
Read more

Manage individual users

Help documentation

Next steps

Create packages

Once added, your users are ready to be assigned with their designated apps and services.

Assign licenses to end users based on your licensing method:

Named User Licensing: Add these users to products (for teams) or product profiles (for enterprises) to give them Adobe product and service entitlements. For more details, see how to create Named User Licensing packages and product profiles.

Shared Device Licensing: Added users can use the configured shared devices which are accessible by Organization users only. For more details, see Create SDL Packages.

Deploy packages

After you've created your package, you must deploy this package to your client machines using one of these methods:

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