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I have the same problem. Hmmm. All original CC apps are launched, but new 2014 apps either use a license key or launch a trial version. 3) To assign permission with the right mouse button, click the Adobe folder and click Information. A property window is open. Then click on the lock icon to activate editing. Then click + Sign to add your username. Then change only read and write. Then click on the tooth wheel icon below and click Apply Included Items and click OK.

Then, proceed to the next step. 2) Navigate to the following locations and assign the current user full permissions for Adobe folders. (Right-click the adobe folder, select Properties, then click The Security tab, click Edit and select the current user you`re signed in with, select Full Access, click Resume, and then click OK)) Navigate to c://windows/system32/drivers/etc/ and open the hosts file with notepad. If you see an Adobe entry, replace that hosts file with a new hosts file that does not contain an Adobe entry. If there is no Adobe entry, leave the hosts file as it is. Glitch If you get that glitch, be prepared to waste hours of work and spend hours on the phone with Adobe. 3) Navigate to the following location /Library/application support/adobe and Delete Slstore and slcache. 1) Close all Adobe-related processes in the Activity Monitor (Creative Cloud, Core-Sync, CC Library, Adobe Desktop Application Services, Adobe Desktop Service, Adobe Broker, AAM-Updater) 4) Navigate to c://users/username/appdata/local/adobe/oobe and name Opm.db in opm.old for the user to open Adobe Acrobat for the first time, the Adobe License Agreement will be displayed.

After updating to 2014 apps, I can`t open any. The license agreement appears and I click Accept and it appears again. 5) Navigate to /etc and open the hosts file. Verify that adobe entries are included. If not, it is correct, if yes, replace the hosts file with a new hosts file without Adobe entries, I just wanted to give one last update for us. Adobe had to find someone to get into the back-end of our accounts and 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 it can help Our case number is 185638354 4) Navigate to ~/Library/application support/adobe/oobe and remove opm.db 2) Navigate to the following locations and assign the current user full permissions for Adobe folders. To navigate, click Go to the menu bar, and then click Go. Enter /Library/application support/ and click go. Note: The above example applies to Adobe Acrobat Reader and Acrobat Pro 11 (`XI`).

Replace “10.0” for version 10 (`X`) in the registry keys above. I think you should call adobe support to allow you to admit that this is a big problem.

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