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Installing Adobe Creative Cloud Named User License - Home Use

Your Adobe Named User License allows you to install the software on up to two computers. If you do University work on a home computer, you can use your campus license on a home computer. 

The Office of Information Technology recommends that you verify your system requirements before installing Adobe Creative Cloud on your home computer. The system requirements can be found at https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/system-requirements.html.

Installing Adobe Creative Cloud Named User License for Home Use 

  1. Go to https:/www.adobe.com and click on Sign in in the top right hand corner of the screen. Screenshot of the Adobe website with a red box around the Sign In button and a red arrow pointing towards the Sign In button.
  2. You will be directed to login to your Adobe ID. Enter in your netid@unr.edu. The screen will change before you enter in a password. Screenshot of the Adobe ID login page.
  3. The next screen will ask you if you are using a personal account or school account. Click on Enterprise IDScreenshot of the Adobe Account selection screen with a red box around the Enterprise ID button and a red arrow pointing towards the Enterprise ID button.
  4. You will be redirected to the NetID login screen. Enter in your NetID and password and click Sign inScreenshot of the NetID Login page with a red box around the Sign in button and a red arrow pointing towards the Sign In button.
  5. From the menu on the left hand side of the screen, click on Desktop Downloads under Creative Cloud Apps. 
    Screenshot of the Adobe Creative Cloud Apps page with a red box around the Desktop Downloads option, and a red arrow pointing towards the Desktop Downloads option.
  6. Click on the Download button under the Adobe Creative Cloud option. Screenshot of the Adobe Creative Cloud webpage with a red box around the Download button and a red arrow pointing towards the download button.
  7. This will install the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop App. From here, you will need to sign in again using the steps above.
  8. Once you are logged in, click on the Apps tab. You will now be able to see a full list of the apps available to you under your Named User License. Each app will need to be installed individually. Screenshot of the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop app with a red box around the apps icon and a red arrow pointing towards the Apps tab.
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