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Adobe does not control/dictate what machines you can install their products on. Whether or not you can install/use non-company provided software on a company machine is determined by the rules of your company. For the most part, I believe, companies do not allow it for legal reasons of their own (protecting what's theirs).
Thanks Ned. It's OK from my company's perspective, I can install any software on my laptop, as long as it is considered legal usage and won't cause problems in case of inspection.
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Then you should be good to go - though I don't know what you mean by "problems in case of inspection". Adobe won't be inspecting the machine - they will just be checking to make sure your subscription is still valid.
I had my creative suite installed on my older work machine for awhile, until they gave me a new one. Before I handed in the old one I made sure I deactivated it so I can install again elsewhere should I decide to.