To open .acsm files are need a Adobe ID. Without Adobe ID it not work.
I'm wondering if any other institutional users have installed ADE in a multiuser environment and just how this works.
We are in a university environment with multiple users sharing stations being authenticated via Active Directory, each getting their own local profile on a PC.
any info will be appreciated.
It's not totally true... because if I erase authorization (computer authorized without ID) and re-authorized it again (always computer authorized without ID), I'm able to open .acsm files...
The problem is I cannot tell every user to do that each time they want to just read .acsm files...
In conclusion, it is a software limitation and we can't change it in a public environment? Digital Editions is for home users or single user only ?