We are producing some Ad-Hoc Multi-Issue Apps with the Adobe DPS for a client to use internally with their sales reps.
The client is concerned that as staff change over the content that is published into the App will still be available to staff that are no longer employed.
Is there a way to remove users from an App so they can no longer access content as new issues become available. Changing the Provisioning only affects newly built apps and not ones already built, so they can still access content?
Is there a way to have a login?
If you shared the folio, you can unshare it. If you have shared the Acrobat-account you can change the password.
In both cases I think a version of the folio will be available on the users iPad, am I right?
That's what I thought, but is there a way say with enterprise that you can have it so a login is essential to see any content at all? I have seen (not Adobe though) a Vodafone App that works this way.
DPS content is downloaded to the device for offline reading.
It cannot be read when in the cloud.
Even if the articles are web content based and need online connection to display the content, once you disable access to it it's disabled for all readers.
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