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Is there an Adobe Acrobat licensing program similar to Microsoft SPLA?

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I am trying to figure out if Adobe offers a "service provider licensing agreement" form of licensing - like Microsoft's SPLA program.  That's the licensing option for hosting/application server providers that permits you to per per user (per month) a licensing fee.     So far the best thing I could find is volume licensing, which is not our first choice.   We are growing a terminal server farm that offers Remote Desktop Hosting and PDFs are currently the biggest weakness.
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As far as I know, they only offer individual  and volume licenses (plus their server based solutions). Talk to one of their "licensing specialists" at 800-443-8158

If you don't need Adobe Acrobat, just a PDF solution, you may want to talk to their biggest competitor NitroPDF. I don't know if they have what you are looking for, but they are a smaller company, and are probably able to move faster than Adobe.
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Thanks for the response. I thought i had commented on it before.    This situation calls for Adobe specifically. I know Nitro is close, but we need adobe :(

But your answer pretty much confirms what I already thought. I would like some concrete evidence that proves it.  Just cant seem to find it one way or the other.
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B for completeness, otherwise spot on.