It happened again. I`m connected to the Creative Cloud app, so why is PS asking me to accept the license agreement? We have this problem for a lot of users and we found it just strange that if you have a file that gives the error, then just open the Adobe Reader program before double-clicking on it, then it would open well. Similarly, the protected fixed mode would not work in our case, as it prevents users from opening a PDF file from a file sharing. 1) Connect all Adobe-related processes in the activity monitor (Creative Cloud, Core-Sync, CC-Library, Adobe Desktop App Services, Adobe Desktop Service, Adobe IPC-Broker, Updater AAM) With v10.1x, PDFs have a problem when working with DFS shares – invitation to open PDF file in protected mode, etc. To get around this problem, we disable the “Protected Mode” option for readers. Now that we`ve come across this “licensing problem,” the solution seems to reactivate the protected mode setting. It is not feasible!!! The apps didn`t ask me yesterday or the license… Every time I logged in to cc, I had to use the administration authorization and every time after. pariswells.com/blog/tag/before-proceeding-you-must-first-launch-adobe-acrobat-and-accept-the-… This is clearly not acceptable, as it requires an Internet connection to use CC, which we have been assured, is not necessary. 4) Access s/Library/Application/adobe/oobe support and delete opm.db I just wanted to give one last update for us. Adobe had to find someone who was going into the backend of our accounts and wanted to do something (they wouldn`t say what), and now it works for the two designers who lost two days of work because of this Adobe Cloud error.
If this can help Our case number is 185638354 No luck here too – still not save the password and stay logged in – but maybe that`s another problem? But I saw another license acceptance screen. I`m really frustrated with accepting the license agreement all the time when I open one of the Adobe CC products. Does anyone else have these problems? So now not only am I being asked to log in over and over again and do the licensing thing, but I get a contextual “Trial Photoshop CC” first… I`m stunned! Edit: Not only that, but I started Acrobat to read a re-licensed adter pdf Dreamweaver, and he asked me to accept the effing license again. Activate Protected mode is a new feature in Reader X that allows a “Sandbox” layer of security in Reader. You can imagine here: blogs.adobe.com/livecycle/2010/11/technical-details-of-adobe-reader-x-protected-mode.html remark: This does not affect permanent Mac CC or Windows/Mac licenses. It worked for me! I had to opt out, which means I can accept a ton of extra licenses, but I`ve reopened pr, Ae and Au several times now and I`ve had to accept only once! Thank you for your help! Here is a link to a helping page that deals with a number of licensing issues: helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/troubleshoot-launch-issues-problems-cs5.html 5)Navigate to /etc and open the hosts file. Make sure it has Adobe entries. If it`s not over, if so, replace the host file with a new host file without Adobe 2 inputs) Access the following locations and give the current user full permissions for Adobe folders.