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 The new licenses for Adobe Creative Cloud now require each user to sign-in, even on shared computers like in labs.  Follow these instructions to sign-in properly: The new licenses for Adobe Creative Cloud now require each user to sign-in, even on shared computers like in labs.  Follow these instructions to sign-in properly:
  
 +  * When you launch an Adobe Creative Cloud application the first time, it will prompt you to login. ​ You **MUST** choose the link for "​Sign-in with an Enterprise ID" as shown by the red arrow:\\
 +{{ :​adobe_sign-in:​adobe_sign-in_01.png?​nolink&​400 |}}
 +  * Enter your e-mail address and hit <​TAB>,​ you do not enter a password here:\\
 +{{ :​adobe_sign-in:​adobe_sign-in_02.png?​nolink&​400 |}}
 +  * When you hit <​TAB>,​ you will get redirected to a page asking what type of ID you are using to sign-in. ​ Make sure to choose Enterprise ID:\\
 +{{ :​adobe_sign-in:​adobe_sign-in_03.png?​nolink&​400 |}}
 +  * Enter your full e-mail address:\\
 +{{ :​adobe_sign-in:​adobe_sign-in_04.png?​nolink&​400 |}}
 +  * Enter your username and password:\\
 +{{ :​adobe_sign-in:​adobe_sign-in_05.png?​nolink&​400 |}}
  
 +You are now logged into your Adobe Creative Cloud account. ​ If you use your own credentials to login to the computer you are using, you don't need to do anything else.  If you are using a generic or lab account, make sure you open Adobe Creative Cloud before you are finished and Sign Out.
adobe_sign-in.txt · Last modified: 2019/05/14 16:01 by jlester