Adobe Digital Editions is available for download on Windows, Linux and MAC computers. DRM protected files are also available on some portable devices, like an iPad, iPhone, Android phone, etc. For a list of all supported devices, please visit http://blogs.adobe.com/aemmobile/supported-devices
To access a DRM file, you will need to have access to the Internet and a browser other than Internet Explorer. IE does not support DRM file downloads. The Internet is only necessary to download the document. You do not need to have Internet access to view the eProduct once it is downloaded.
If a DRM eContent email is sent to a Hotmail, MSN or live.com email address, you will not be able to simply click on the DRM download link. Those (and other web-based email) clients will attempt to download the Adobe license file (.acsm), but the link will be modified by the email reader which will lead to an error when you try to open it with the Adobe Digital Editions software.
You must be able to install free software (Adobe Digital Editions) or a compatible application (like DL Reader by Datalogics) to the device(s) you plan to use. This may require you to have administrative rights or assistance from your IT department.
Use Adobe.com or your App store to download the most recent version of the application to your device. Please be sure to download the application AND authorize it with an Adobe ID of your choosing BEFORE downloading DRM protected materials from their delivery email links. These links include those emailed to you during check-out or those created on the eLearning portal.