Adobe Experience Manager: Sandbox Info
Experience Manager product greyed out in Experience Cloud
After gaining access to your Experience Cloud sandbox, you may notice that the AEM product is greyed out even though you requested an AEM sandbox:
You don’t access to AEM through the Experience Cloud like you do the other Adobe product sandboxes. Instead, you will get an email from our provisioning team with a link to a standalone instance of AEM that you’ll run locally.
There’s no trial expiration
Logging in for the first time
Many people try to use their Adobe ID to log into their AEM instance (since that’s what you’d use to log into the Experience Cloud) but that doesn’t work for AEM. When you log into AEM for the first time, the default credentials are username: admin and password: admin. You can change that to something more secure once you’ve logged in. See this link for more information.
Useful links to help you get started
Now that you’ve installed and logged into AEM, here are a few links to help you get up and running with your AEM sandbox: