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Please launch Adobe Creative Cloud and Sign out from it. Then Realuch it and enter your adobe id credentials.
Let us know if you need any further details.
Neither signing out nor choosing "deactivate all computers" had any effect -- I still got the Sign In Failure message.
After a two-hour chat with Adobe Level 2 Support, it was determined that there were corrupted files in Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\SLCache. Once I deleted the files in SLCache and let PS CC rebuild them, the problem went away. No telling how they got corrupted.
As I mentioned to the level 2 support guy (who did an excellent job, by the way), there appears to be no method to see what computers Adobe thinks contain the activated software. In my opinion, that is a bad design and that opinion is based on over 40 years of software development experience. I notice you are listed as staff; if you have a method to communicate this back to Development, I believe that capability should be added.
Regardless, thanks for your feedback. The issue is solved as far as I'm concerned.
Thank you for your feedback StargateCOlorade.
I will surely, pass on your suggestion to the Dev team.