Feb 12, 2015
Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise now supports Single Sign-On
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Guest Blog: Laurel Hahn Zimmer | Product Manager | Creative Cloud for enterprise
I am extremely pleased to announce that Adobe Creative Cloud for enterprise now supports Single Sign-On (SSO)!
Adobe has introduced Federated IDs which enable our enterprise customers to establish SSO between their identity management systems and Adobe products and services.
With SSO support, we’re delivering on our promise to provide IT administrators better security controls and allowing users to log in with a single credential to access Creative Cloud for enterprise desktop apps, services and mobile apps.
To learn more about the new Federated ID identity type and the other identity types available from Adobe, see Manage Identity Types. For detailed instructions on enabling SSO, see Configure Single Sign-On.
Important: For users who access the Creative Cloud for Desktop app, v1.9 is required which provides support for Federated IDs.
Finally, I’d like to highlight an upcoming IT-focused event: Live Webinar | Adobe Enterprise Dashboard: Single Sign-On and User Management on Feb 19th | View Event Info
Note from Karl.
Yesterday the Muse team went live with Muse 2014.3. What is significant for IT admins is on Windows Muse is now no longer considered an exception and so will now be part of the main payload. Anybody who has been deploying Muse will know that previously the process was a bit tedious so we are grateful to the Muse team for putting in the effort here to improve the process.
A short while back we introduced CCP 1.8, in the chaos to get it released in order to resolve an issue I did not have the chance to speak about one of it’s new features. As you know when you use CCP in conjunction with the Enterprise Dashboard we surface the package metadata to all admins in your org. We have now added a new field where we surface the GUID of the package. This is great if you want to remotely query systems in your environment and allows you to reconcile the package and it’s contents which are stored in the dashboard.
Karl Gibson | Product Manager | Enterprise IT Tools