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If this is your computer, what is the problem with using an Administrator account?
If this is a shared computer, that is against the license terms
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
I'm s system administrator, this is not my but one of many under restrictive policy of use... and it isn't a shared computer, has its own license.
InDesign it's very very slow...
Another strange thing is that creative Cloud.exe starts but freezes with wheel spinning endlessly ... fails to start properly as if there was some other component or write access (Administative Path?) is prohibited by the policies ... the first time it was run on the administrative profile and it works ... but when I run it from the user profile wheel ... endlessly ... perhaps this is the cause of the slowness. I don't know... investigate...
I did some tests and it would seem to be something related to administrative rights and not to policies on executables.
I've given administrative rights to the user while maintaining the policies on executables and InDesign runs well ... with rights poweruser not work ... same behavior Creative Cloud.exe ...
Any suggestion is appreciated, Thanks, A.