Information Services > Services > Software > Adobe Creative Cloud Sign-In Requirement for Classroom and Lab Computers
Beginning summer 2019, in order to use Creative Cloud 2019
software, Adobe mandates users sign in. Faculty and staff, please log in with
your “@depaul.edu” e-mail address and Campus Connect credentials (please do not
use your long e-mail address). Students, if you do not already have one, please
create a free Adobe ID to sign in with.
Note: Viewing PDF files within Acrobat Reader
does not require signing in.
Creative Cloud application:
designated its previous activation technology for retirement. Adobe created a
new technology, “Shared Device Licensing” (SDL), to replace it. This new technology
requires signing in.
No, each user that logs into a classroom or lab
device will need to sign in with their own Adobe ID.
just once. However, because data on classroom and lab computers is deleted
nightly, you will need to sign in again if you visit the same device on a
will need to log in using an existing Adobe ID, or create a free one to sign in
Please create a free Adobe ID, or use an
existing one, to sign in. To create a
free Adobe ID, visit Adobe’s website (https://helpx.adobe.com/manage-account/using/create-update-adobe-id.html)
or click on “Get an Adobe ID” on the sign in window.
please see Adobe’s website for more information: https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/benefits-creative-cloud-free-membership.html
signing in, an Adobe ID completes the SDL activation process, allowing Creative
Cloud applications to be used. Certain cloud-based application features and
services associated with your Adobe ID, like fonts, are accessible within
Creative Cloud applications.
see Adobe’s support page for sign-in issues: https://helpx.adobe.com/manage-account/kb/account-password-sign-help.html.
No, please use your provided Enterprise ID as