The issue is resolved by downloading and installing the latest version of Adobe Application Manager from the http://helpx.adobe.com/creative-suite/kb/trial--1-launch.html
After you install this version you can use both CS5 and CS6 versions on the same system. One workaround was to not use the CS5 products until an update was available, but the update is released now so this no longer applies.
Let me know if you are still having difficulties.
Super, updating App Manager seems to work a treat at fixing the -1days errors, thanks David! I did try and download the update Application Manager but I'm guessing it was a previous version as that didnt work.
Seems to work now though with this version, so great, thank-you.
All I need now is the "font issues" to be fixed so Extensis can sort the new plugin they have and I'll be a happy chappy!
I was wondering if you can help me understand that Extensis font issue a little better. I saw here
An Adobe Photoshop CS6 plug-in will be available after Adobe fixes a known issue that currently prevents font auto-activation and use of Extensis Font Panels by that application.
Is this the issue you are describing?
That sounds like the one, yes. I'm still using Photoshop CS5 for anything which uses web fonts, but CS6 version for other things. It would be nice to ditch CS5 and get the full use of CS6 only, but that hold up prevents it at the moment.
Thanks for your help and concern Dave.
Sure, you're welcome
I did some checking and confirmed that the Extensis issue is something our PS developers are aware of, and it appears to be something which is planned to be addressed in a future product update.
Appreciate it, thanks Dave.