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These applications were probably bought by the company and not by the two employees personally, right? So they are the property of the company and any employee of the company is allowed to use them, under the EULA, of course.
Yes - the company purchased the software.
Can you explain what Adobe mean by "single-user" license with retail software? Does this mean 1 concurrent user or 1 named user? If it is 1 named user then I can't see how the boss can use the software himself occassionally.
You'll have to forgive my ignorance, but I am used to Microsoft licensing where you compare users and machines, and have to buy whichever number is higher number of CALs. So in my example, 2 machines, 3 users, we'd need 3 CALs.
We have been let down by our reseller when we wanted to buy extra CS3 software. We got incorrect (upgrade rather than full) media and no volume licenses. We then tried to buy volume licenses direct from Adobe, but they would not match the current promo retail price. So to save $200 a seat we went retail.
Sorry, Jimmy, but I don't represent Adobe and can not give you their exact policy. I suggest you call Customer Service and ask for clarifications on the matter. They should be able to provide you all the information you need.