In Team licensing, activations should be linked to a combination key of emailId and computer name or someother unique key parameter
The team license has an assumption:
One license can be assgined to one "emailId", which can be activated across two computers.
Consider a person who has 4 computers, all of them belong to the same person (same EMAIL ID).
In the admin console the admin assigns 2 licenses to same "email Id".
The user activates 2 out of 4 computers with one license.
Next, upon trying to activate the 3rd computer with the second license with the same "email Id", the activation fails.
This is an incorrect licensing design.
Idea state: Even in a non-commercial team license situation, the serial number must be generated to uniquely identifying the installation. This unique installation must be validated against the acceptable number of activations and then authenticated.
The authentication cannot be based on the EMAIL IDs.
Thanks for the feedback. I will put forward your feedback to concerned team.
There is a workaround for your issue to use email alias for the same email ID. For example in gmail user has ability to create aliases as firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and mails sent to anyone of these will land in firstname.lastname@example.org. Something like these can be setup for your teams. And, you can use above two “different” email ids as two Adobe IDs for the same person.
when I mention email Id --- it is infact ADOBE ID
So the expectation is that 1 adobe id should be able to consume multiple licenses