"Not advised"? That's not even funny. It's downright against the license agreement. Your license belongs to you and you cannot arbitrarily share it with people beyond actual technical limitations like for instance sharing the same phsical computer. Everything else would be a clear breach of the rules like handing over your second activation allowance to that guy living in a completely different house at the end of the street.
Please dont be rude, i guess the question was "is it possible to share an account" not
"Is it allowed?"
You have mis understood the question. I had read that and everything else, but the question was "could two people use the account at the same time"
"Is it allowed"
It is not legal, as Mylenium said, and not allowed, as davescm shows with a copy of the license page
So the answer is NO
Please be respectful, there is no need for anger. I understand that it is not legal but that doesnt mean you should answer like that. A simple "no" could work, not you or mylenium replying angrily or disrespectfuly
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The only disrespect I see here is some-one coming onto an Adobe owned forum asking if it is possible to break the licence terms of Adobe software.
I am locking this thread
You can install Photoshop CC on up to 2 computers but only one machine can be used at a time. Does that answer your question?
Instead of trying to get around the legal terms, why don't you tell your friend to get their own subscription to Photoshop or buy Photoshop Elements for $100 USD.