I plan to install and activate CS6 using an AAMEE created installer under a single departmental ID in order to manage the licenses better and make installation and upgrading easier. One thing is unclear from all the documentation I've seen. Does installation under a single ID affect my users ability to use the collaborative features of CS6, which seem to need to use their own Adobe ID?
We have techs who use different Adobe ID's to create and update packages, doesn't seem to have any dependency on any specific one.
In other words jdoe-at-adobe.com creates a PKG, and then later bsmith-at-adobe.com needs to update it.
We haven't had a problem.
I think I might not have been specific enough in my question. I have users who are interested in using the collaborative review features of Adobe Acrobat, which seems to require their own Adobe ID if they want to use Adobe's site to manage the review session. If I install under one ID, can they log in under their own?
The adobe ID you use when creating the AAMEE packages is purely for deployment purposes. If the user's wish to sign in to any of the point products and use some of the extended features with there Adobe ID they are free to do so.
CS Enterprise Systems Engineer
Europe, Middle East and Africa