@Designer1976 – if you place an AI logo in InDesign and move that placed logo to a CC Library, it should behave like any other image you move to a CC Library. Other people who have access to your CC Library could place the logo, print it, export to PDF, if the file is available on a mutual network drive or a cloud drive like Dropbox etc. And of course, if the loaded file is synched which can take a moment, if you just moved it to a remote drive in the cloud.
I tested this with eps file types.
AI files (PDFs with AI code embedded) placed in InDesign should make no difference.
1. If I placed an eps file in InDesign
2. Moved the eps file to my Dropbox account
3. Came back to InDesign
4. Relinked the placed eps with the one in my Dropbox
(all good now in the perspective of an InDesign document)
I was not able to add that relinked eps file to my CC Library.
By trying I only heard a "blip" or so. And nothing was added.
To make it work, I first had to:
1. Save the InDesign document
2. Close the document (maybe optional, can't remember)
3. Reopen the document (maybe optional, can't remember)
Then I could add the placed eps to my CC Library.
After that it worked like it should.
Not as seamless as it should be…
One difference to your configuration: I did not test the "Invite Team Members" thing.
I have no Team Account with Adobe Creative Cloud.
It's important to remember that this is version 1.1 of Creative Cloud Libraries. Version 1.0 only arrived in October 2014 for Photoshop and Illustrator. Version 1.1 in December brought the sharing feature. And InDesign's support arrived in February 2015.
Linking is not fully baked yet, but I'd bet that it will be developed more in future versions. Welcome to the bleeding edge! Old timers remember that it often takes several version updates to create more fully-featured, working software.
@Steve – did you have a chance to test CC Library with a Team Account of Adobe Creative Cloud and several distributed machines hooked on the same account?
If yes, can you share some insights?
I'm in the same situation as you. I have no Team Account with Creative Cloud.
Plus, even if I did, this is a super-busy week getting ready for some updated classes I'm teaching next week.