Yes, you are allowed to consecutive logins per account. Anything more than that and you will need to sign out of one of the logins.
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I have a quick question, my daughter works at a university as a student assistant while she attends school. Occasionally she does graphics for inner office and the school. From what I know they only have one copy in one computer- that is the computer she uses. What she wants to know- if she can put a copy of it in another computer in the same room. What she has been told is they (the dept) only have one license. Another student will be using the software as well and she will have to train them but the two of them can only work on that one computer. It would be more convenient to have the software in two computers. Can she/how can she get this allowed?
Cloud License allows 2 activations at a time http://www.adobe.com/legal/licenses-terms.html
-Install on a 2nd computer http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1452292?tstart=0
-Windows or Mac does not matter... 2 on the same operating system, or 1 on each
-Two activations on one account MAY NOT be in use at the same time (note in the above license link)
-An individual account is for one person and may not be shared with anyone else
JAM - thats something to be worked out with the school. They own the licensing for the software and probably have a different setup with a contract than an individual license. The same rules for the original question may not apply in this case.