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If you have 20 machines I assume you have a volume license, which does not require de/activation anyway.
If you have 20 separate licences... well, the only thing I can think of is to block the Adobe Activation domains of adobe.com through the firewall of your network. You should probably contact Adobe directly for more specific info.
im using separate licenses.
i think i cant block the access of adobe.com as we are teaching our courses with adobe software, it seems the references of adobe.com is essential. And if i block adobe.com , i will no longer able to update my software.
still seeking any other possibilities.
You have 20 separate licenses? You're spilling money down the gutter, mate. If I were you I would consider getting the volume license. You would save a lot of money and will not have this deactivation issue.