Adobe License Agreement Keeps Popping Up

I have the same problem… Hmmm. All original CC applications are launched, but the new 2014 apps offer either a license key or a trial version. The user agreement is always displayed after acceptance. I have a project to do and I`m stressed. Please give all the answers that are given, as if you were talking to someone who knows very little about the computer, because that is my case. 4) Browse c://users/username/appdata/local/adobe/oobe and name Opmum.db opm.old glitch If you get this outage, you`re getting ready to lose hours of work and be on the phone with Adobe for hours. 2) Access the following locations and give the current user full permissions for Adobe folders. (Click right on Adobe`s File Select properties then click the security tab, click Edit and select the current user you`re connected to, select full control, then click apply and ok) It keeps exploding, and I`ve tried almost everything I know.

Please help, Adobe 2017 I just wanted to give a definitive 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 Can you work with a plist editor? If this is the case, you can open the file “Library/Preferences/com.adobe.Acrobat.Pro.plist” and change the 11/EULAAcceptedForBrowser entry in the Boolean JA After the update to the 2014 applications, I can`t open any. The license agreement appears and I click Accept and it reappears. 3) Go to the following location /Library/Application Support/adobe and Delete Slstore and slcache . 5) Browse with c://windows/system32/drivers/etc/ and open the host file with the notebook. If an Adobe entry is displayed, please replace that host file with a new host file that does not contain an Adobe item. If no Adobe input is available, leave the host file as it is. 4) Go to s/Library/application/adobe/oobe support and delete opm.db This is just a guess, but I wonder if this is a firewall problem.

I imagine that the software has to communicate with Adobe servers and tells them that you have accepted the agreement before you can use the software. 1) Connect all Adobe-related processes in the activity monitor (Creative Cloud, Core-Synchronung, CC-Library, Adobe Desktop App Services, Adobe Desktop Service, Adobe IPC-Broker, Updater AAM) 2) Access the following locations and assign the current user full permissions for Adobe folders. To browse, click from the menu bar go, then click goto.. Enter /Library/Application Support/ and click go. I`m on a MacBook Pro Retina. The products I use most often, including Acrobat XI Pro, installed.