Better licensing options
You should be able to license Adobe on more than two machines. I may be working from the office, from home, or on a portable device when I travel. The default should be at least three devices (by comparison, Microsoft's license allows one user to use 5 devices).
At a minimum, you should be able to assign devices to users. I have a license for myself and a license for my assistant. My assistant only works in the office. I am paying for two users which should allow me to install on four computers. I should be able to decide that I have three devices and that my assistant have one device. Currently, I have to switch my license between different devices, which is cumbersome and unnecessary.
David Yackness commented
This is a critical feature! I have 30 users who each have between 4-7 devices that require access to Acrobat. All users are fully licensed, but can only log into 2 devices at a time. They never remember that Adobe requires a login, nor to logout. Even if they did remember, it would be a very frustrating workflow. I pay $$$ in support costs simply because users never realize they need separate logins for Adobe, and to logout when done.
Please make licensing like Office 365 - 5 devices permitted per registered user. This would solve a lot of issues and be consistent with industry norms.
AdminRavi (Admin, Adobe) commented
Thanks for raising your concerns to Adobe. Currently Adobe Acrobat subscription can be activated only on two devices simultaneously.
We will consider you views to improve our Acrobat solution.