Sorry that I am having trouble understanding the issue you're facing. Could you please explain it in a more detial or may be a different way?
I would like to begin by apologising for the late reply. In the last days I had a lot of stress!
I'll try to explain my situation:
I have the following Adobe subscriptions:
Acrobat Standard DC subscription
Creative Cloud Photo Subscription
... and the following hardware
Workstation 1 for photo editing (lightroom)
Workstation 2 for Office (Acrobat)
Notebook 1 for mobile use
Android Mobile Phone
The software is currently installed as follows:
Workstation 1: Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC
Workstation 2: Acrobat
Notebook 1: Lightroom CC
Android Mobile Phone: Lightroom CC App
Android Tablet: Lightroom CC App
On Workstation 1 is my entire collection of photos. Some of these photos are synchronized with the cloud so that I can view and (partially) edit them from the tablet and mobile phone. Now I thought that Lightroom CC could be used on a notebook similar to the apps on a mobile phone. Here, however, the message is always displayed that the program has already been activated on the workstation. It works wonderfully on your mobile phone and notebook. What is the point of using Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC on the same device? It's called "Editing, organizing, storing, and sharing photos everywhere" on Adobe's page.
I hope that I have now been able to describe the situation better.
Hope you are doing good.
As you've mentioned that you have Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic cc on one computer and looking to understand what can be done with both the apps.
I'll recommend you to take a look at this article Introducing: Lightroom CC, Lightroom Classic CC and More | Photoshop Blog by Adobe
You may also see this page https://www.lightroomqueen.com/lightroom-cc-vs-classic-features/
Let us know if that helps.
Thank you for your reply, but you did not understand my problem.
In general, I don't understand why you can't install Lightroom CC (Windows version) like the Android app on multiple devices and access photos in the cloud from there.
I am aware of the difference in functionality between Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC.
The Lightroom desktop app is catalog based unlike the mobile apps that are completely dependent on the cloud.
Only one Lightroom catalog can be synced across all your devices at once since it acts as the centralized catalog on the cloud as well.
Now with Lightroom CC, Everything you do in is synced to the cloud. This means that you can access and work with your photos from any device (including multiple computers), and can easily share photos with others. All of your photos and all of the work that you do with them will be automatically backed up all the time.
So, what you're asking can be done. You can install install Lightroom CC on multiple computers(working simultaneously with 2 at a time) and can access same images on each one of them.
Hope that helps.