Adobe Reader Terminal Server License Agreement

If you have any questions about this Agreement or would like to request information from Adobe, please use the address and contact information contained in this product or on the Internet at www.adobe.com to contact the Adobe office in your jurisdiction. Cost savings are not an issue here. It is important to cut the products correctly. However, according to your description, the Acdrobat license on TS is a little different from MS Office applications and server CLIENT access licenses. Can someone explain to me the licensing structure of Acrobat on the Windows Terminal Server? I found the following article about deploying Acorbat on the termainal server. It has only been mentioned that Acrobat is licensed by desktop. Does this mean that I have to buy 10 licenses if we only have 2 users and use those 10 desktops to access Acrobat on the terminal server? According to MS, licensing ms desktop applications on TS, e.B. Office, is no different from licenses on desktop computers. You purchase an MS Office license for a desktop and that license is attached to the machine. Any user who signs in to this desktop, whether it`s a domain user or a local user, can use this copy of Office. If you want 10 MS Office users to access TS, you need to count the number of desktop computers, including laptops and thin clients, that they will access to the TS server. If all users share a workstation, purchase a license, if they access the server from 100 computers, buy 100 licenses.

So MS licenses its desktop application and it`s basically the same as the Acrobat license on TS. However, you should still purchase TS CALs and SERVER CALs separately, depending on your needs. As far as I know, neither MS nor Adobe provide their own tools to control/license on the TS server. Can you be more specific about the server and usage? Acrobat and Adobe Reader can be installed on a Windows Server terminal, but you must have a license for each simultaneous use of the product You must contact Adobe Sales for installation and licensing information. Do you think you want to use it as a server application? I don`t think there`s a licensing model with which you can do that. There is a server usage clause in the Acrobat XI EULA – see Section 2.1.7. 14.2.1 If you acquired the Software in Germany or Austria and have your habitual residence in that country, Section 8 does not apply, but Adobe`s legal liability for damages is limited, subject to the provisions of Section 14.2.2, as follows: (i) Adobe will only be liable up to the amount of damages generally foreseeable at the time of entering into the Purchase Agreement for damages, caused by a slightly negligent injury. a material contractual obligation and (ii) Adobe is not liable for damages caused by a slightly negligent breach of a non-essential contractual obligation.

www.adobe.com/creativecloud/plans.html?plan=team&step=2&store_code=us&promoid=7R. However, your description of Adobe licenses states that if users only access the TS from a fixed station (PC, laptop, or thin client), you can only purchase as many Acrobat licenses as there will be users who will supposedly use it, even though potentially all users have access to the application. It`s true? 14.3 Additional Terms for Pre-Release Products. If the Product obtained with this License is pre-commercial version or beta software (“Pre-Release Software”), the following section applies. To the extent any provision of this Section conflicts with any other provision or condition of this Agreement, this Section supersedes those other terms and conditions with respect to the Pre-Release Software, but only to the extent necessary to resolve the conflict. You acknowledge that the Software is a pre-release version, is not an adobe end product and may contain errors, errors, and other issues that may result in system or other failures and loss of data. Accordingly, the pre-release software is provided to you “AS IS” and Adobe disclaims any warranties or liabilities of any kind to you. WHILE LIABILITY FOR PRE-RELEASE SOFTWARE CANNOT BE EXCLUDED BUT MAY BE LIMITED, THE LIABILITY OF ADOBE AND ITS SUPPLIERS IS LIMITED TO THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF FIFTY DOLLARS ($50). You acknowledge that Adobe has not promised or warranted to you that the preavailable software will be advertised or made available to third parties in the future, that Adobe has no express or implied obligation to you to announce or introduce the pre-release version of the Software, and that Adobe may not introduce any products similar to or compatible with the Pre-Release Version of the Software.

Accordingly, you acknowledge that any research or development you conduct with respect to the pre-release version of the software or any product associated with the pre-release version of the software is entirely at your own risk. During the term of this Agreement, upon request, you will provide Adobe with feedback on testing and use of the pre-release Software, including bug or bug reports. If you have the pre-release version of the software under a separate written agreement, e.B. The Adobe Systems Incorporated Series Agreement for New Products, your use of the Software is also subject to this Agreement. You agree not to sublicense, lease, lend, lease, lease, assign or transfer the pre-release Software and acknowledge that you will not sublicense, rent, lend, assign or transfer the Pre-Release Software. Upon receipt of a later, unpublished version of the Pre-Release Software or the public commercial version of the Software by Adobe, whether as a stand-alone product or as part of a larger product, you agree to return or destroy all prior versions of the Software that you have received from Adobe and to absolve the license terms for such later versions of the Software. Comply with the pre-release version of the software. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this section, if you reside outside the United States of America, you may return or destroy all unpublished versions of the Pre-Release Software within thirty (30) days of the completion of testing of the Software if such date is earlier than the date of Adobe`s first publicly published commercial delivery of the (commercial) Software. 3.3 Functions of the document. The Software may contain features and functionality (the “Document Features”) that appear to be disabled or “grayed out”. These document features are only enabled when you open a PDF document created with the appropriate activation technology available only from Adobe (“Key”).

You agree not to access or attempt to access disabled document features or to bypass permissions that control the activation of such document features. You can only use document features with PDF documents activated with keys purchased under a valid license from Adobe. Any other use is not allowed. It is only recently that Acrobat has become acceptable for licensing in Terminal Services by Adobe for a partial user base. If you have a network of 20 users using the Terminal Server with MS licenses, you can`t say that only 10 people use MS Office and only need 5 email accesses, so I only need to buy 10 Office licenses and 5 Exchange CALs. According to MS Licensing, when we called them about it, we still have to buy 20 Office licenses and 20 Exchange CALs, even if they are only on their own desktops and thin clients. 14.4 Settings Manager. Using WebPlayers, especially Flash Player, allows the software to save certain user settings as a locally shared object on your computer.

These settings are not associated with you, but allow you to configure certain settings in Flash Player. For more information about locally shared objects, see www.adobe.com/software/flashplayer/security and for more information about Settings Manager, see www.adobe.com/go/settingsmanager. As for the MS desktop on TS. If you have 20 users accessing the TS, you will need 20 licenses. It doesn`t matter how many computers these users use to access the TS. In terms of Acrobat DC on TS. I`m not 100% sure, but it should be so – if you only have 5 users using Acrobat Pro DC, you need to buy 5 subscriptions and assign them to their email addresses. Once they are on the TS, they need to sign in to Acrobat Pro DC with these email addresses.

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