Adobe Clp Agreement Enrollment

These policies relate to maintenance and offers currently available or previously through Adobe Buying programs. The guidelines described below are general and can be dealt with more definitively in your purchase program contract. The absence of a particular scenario in the sections below does not necessarily mean authorization. The entire use of a product is subject to the CLA for the product, which is generally accepted by an electronic click. EULAs are published on Adobe Product Licensing Agreements. If the terms and conditions of each purchase program conflict with a CLA, the terms and conditions of the purchase program will be replaced. For the purposes of these pages, “transfer” means a change of ownership and does not mean a change in licensing management within the same entity or between companies or departments covered by a single agreement. No no. Existing and active EEAs remain in effect. Customers with existing contracts will continue to receive the same levels of maintenance and support until their contract expires. Adobe K-12 licenses for certain Adobe software products may be ordered by accredited educational institutions under Adobe K-12`s Cumulative Education Licensing Program (CLP) and Transactional Licensing Program (TLP) and only in countries where K-12 site licenses are available. If your institution has ordered a K-12 site license, and then by copying, installing or using all or part of these Adobe software products made available to your institution under the K-12 site license, you agree that your institution will be bound and accepted by the terms and conditions of sale (“K-12 Site Licensing Conditions”).

With the end-user license agreement for the Adobe software product (EULA), the K-12 site`s licensing conditions govern your institution`s use of the Adobe software product. As used under these K-12 site licensing conditions, all activated terms that are not defined differently in the K-12 site`s licensing conditions have the meaning assigned to these terms in the CLA.