How can students, faculty and staff access Adobe software in campus labs and classrooms?

Adobe's licensing has recently changed, and the company now requires students, faculty, and staff to log in with an Adobe account in order to use software like Photoshop, Acrobat, InDesign, and Illustrator in campus computer labs and classrooms.

When you launch the software you want to use, you'll see a window that gives you various sign-in options.

Click on the Continue with Google link at the bottom of the window. You'll get a window that tells you a new browser window will open up. This will be the standard Central Authentication Service window that you see when you log into Moodle, myBucknell, or Bmail.

Log in with your username and password and authenticate with Duo. You should then get a screen that grants you access to the Adobe apps.


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