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12.3. Controlling Access to Adobe Creative Cloud Services

This information explains the requirements for using Adobe Creative Cloud software services in a corporate environment. Although the applications are installed and used locally on each computer, for the licensing to operate, it is a requirement that each client computer can communicate with the Adobe servers at least once every three months. It is also useful if the applications can access the update servers to ensure the software remains up-to-date. The two primary addresses which must have unrestricted access are listed below. In addition, please read through the attached documents within this article. They will explain the requirements for running Adobe Creative Cloud Services on a corporate network and also additional Adobe servers which should be considered for whitelisting.

The following host/port combinations may need to be whitelisted when logging in with an Adobe ID to download, install, and activate licensing for applications via a Creative Cloud membership.

For a comprehensive listing of all network endpoints for Adobe websites and services please click here.

Please visit the Creative Cloud for enterprise website for further information.


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