Syncing preferences, profiles and files is some of it's much publicized features. It even has the word "Cloud" in it.
Anyway, for what you need to do, I would suggest checking this link:
As usual, the IT department doesn't have any Adobe application licenses, we just have to administer this stuff. This implies that we can't start digging around preferences because we don't have direct access to the software. I just get emails from Adobe that they turned on synching which we never asked for and now have to run to turn off again.
It's not possible to centrally manage these preferences, hence IT has to track down each and every user, keep them from working and turn off preferences, which in addition, can't be locked so we have to regularly check them with a permanent risk.
This is all very annoying overhead that adds a multiple of the license cost in IT hours and productivity wasted.
Anyway… thanks for the links, I'll check them out.
To be honest, what you need to do will be complex and time consuming. I think you guys might have gotten the wrong Cloud service. I would advise to check Creative Cloud Enterprise. It will be more expensive but it is ready to work in a government/military/banking environment.