Adobe Creative Cloud can be installed on two machines with Single User and I am the primary user (only user). I'm not seeing anything in the license stipulating it must be used for the same work. It says if its a Volume License it has to be used solely for the benefit of that License but otherwise doesn't. Thinking about using that to install CC on my home laptop to avoid paying for it. Anyone have a reason not to?
@Ryan actual use is irrelevant. It's the number of users which matters. Any single user can install the Adobe Creative Suite on two machines with the limitation that only that user will ever be using the applications. You're free to actually use the apps for anything you want. But you can't legally be in two places at once. So you couldn't have it installed at work, then installed on your home system so your girlfriend could use it while your'e working... that sort of thing.
The reality is, you get 2 installs. As long as you only have 2 installs your'e fine. Adobe doesn't really track when or how those installs ae actually being used. They pretty much only track that there's a maximum of 2 from my experience.