Well, 'always allow' does not work as I mentioned in my original post. Changing prefs for that item, granting unrestricted access to that keychain item, only works until OS reboot/restart. BTW, in keychain this entry is called Adobe-CS-6-renga.
I have the same issue as Tom described above: CS6ServiceManager keeps popping up twice each time I open any of Adobe applications, despite clicking 'always allow'. Is there a specific solution for this? I found "Keychain Access" in the Utilities Folder. Do you recommend that I delete "Adobe-CS-6-renga" as mentioned by the user above?
We are dealing with an issue with signatures that affects installations on Mac OS X 10.7.2 and earlier - we will be providing an update to fix this at the earliest opportunity. A potential workaround is to update Mac OS X 10.7.3.
If you are experiencing this on Mac OS X 10.7.3, please let us know (it isn't the issue we are addressing) and we'll dig in further.
Hi Franck, this issue should be fixed now (if you update through AAM, you should get the fix). Let me circle back with the team to confirm this, in the meantime, if you have the latest updates and you are still seeing this issue, please let us know and we'll dig in further.
Hi Adrian, so sorry, i upgraded a couple of machines lately, but not that one, it seems that i haven't been bothered since.
And sorry weiguo too, i was supposed to submit this post 9 hours ago in the train
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