By October 29, 2019, all Forest Service Adobe Creative Cloud users will need to transition from Adobe ID to Enterprise ID to ensure their Adobe Creative Cloud access will not be lost.
What You Need To Do
Please follow the instructions below to complete the transition:
1. Open Creative Cloud desktop application.
2. Click on the blue button in the top right hand corner.
3. Click Sign Out.
a. If you are signed in with an Adobe ID (including @fs.fed.us and @usda.gov emails) then sign out.
4. Click on the Continue button.
5. When prompted to sign in, enter your USDA.gov email address (No password required).
6. Click on the “Continue” button.
7. If prompted to the “Select an account” window, click on “Company or School Account.” Please note that you may or may not get the screen below.
8. You will be automatically signed into Creative Cloud.
NOTE: Please contact the Customer Help Desk (CHD) if you cannot transition your account from Adobe ID to Enterprise ID with these instructions.
Ways to make sure that you are correctly signed in with your Enterprise ID:
1. You did not have to enter a password to gain access.
2. You do not see an access denied message.
For more information, please refer to the updated CHD Knowledge Base Article, KBA00099883 Adobe Creative Cloud.
Help is Available
For technical help or Software Center errors, please call the Customer Help Desk at 1-866-945-1354 (TTY: 1-800-877-8339), start a chat with an agent, or type the full KBA number or “keywords” in double quotes into the Search box on the Customer Help Desk site to find helpful knowledge management documents.
If you are unable to resolve with CHD, or if you are receiving an “access denied” error after attempting to sign in with usda.gov email without a password, please send an email to SM.FS.email@example.com with the subject “Adobe Creative Cloud.” Make sure to include CHD ticket number. Also, attach screenshots and explain the issues you encountered with the transition.
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