Done it twice. Very carefully. The problem seemed to be corrected, but each time, after aproximativelly one week, it is doing the same. I am using CC at home, my personal account, and at the job, totally different account. It have done the same in both cases. Somebody told me to try it on Mac. There is nothing of this sort happening. Everything is correct on Mac. Another "specialist" said that maybe Windows 7 Pro x64 (is what I am using on both machines) have a faulty framework, or Adobe is using in a faulty manner the Windows's framework. Seems logical. The ugly part of this problem is that I am not able to use anymore the fonts from the CC font library.
HEY! Adobe, get to work and fix this craft! Lazy coders!
Spoke to technician online and he had me delete 1 file, restarted the CC program and it let me sign in, problem fixed.
In your c:\users\(your user name)\appdata\local\adobe\oobe\ folder, I deleted the opm.db file and restarted CC program and problem fixed.
My issue was signing in and immedatiately being told "You've been signed out" msg with the Creative Cloud program for my Windows 7 computer. Not sure if this fix will work for anyone else, so make a backup of the file before deleting!
Thanks but seems loke a lot of work for something Adobe should fix on their end.
It happens on my Macs too.
I agree with you Pyollin!
Many thanks Soundgarden. I eventually contacted support who took me through those steps and checked internedt explorer internet set up. Your solution was correct for Win 8.1 as well.
thanks a lot, I'm going to try it
I had the same problem and this is the fix.
However in my case I had to uninstall CC Desktop before I could delete the opm.db file--my Windows 7 was reporting the file was in use. I tried stopping the Adobe processes, etc. but that didn't release the file. After uninstalling CC Desktop I could delete the file. I then re-installed CC Desktop and everything worked perfectly (again). I was over the weird sign in loop. Of note, my chat session with Tech Support when I first encountered the problem crashed, and I never heard back! We had gotten as far as the process mentioned above and I was looking at the appdata folder when the chat crashed--so I had a clue. Thanks to this post I was able to finally fix the problem.
Overall, I'm not impressed with the support for Adobe CC--the "product" is really mission critical for Web developers and designers, works great, but the support is a bit flakey in my opinion for an enterprise class of software.
Bazinga! Worked for me. Absolutely ridiculous.
Again, the "you've been signed out" strikes again!
This is becoming very-very-very annoying, Adobe. I am starting to think about you with very-very-very bad words.
As earlier this year, I have used the Adobe Cleaner Tool, got everything wiped, after that, cleaned my computer... Last time, I have also reinstalled the entire system. Clean Windows. New and updated drivers. This have happend last week. Everything worked great.
Today, the Creative Cloud it is once again a troll.
I am convinced that this tool, as good and professional can be, doesn't deserve that much attention. I will not continue to use payed Adobe products. I know that it is not nice to do that, but when such a big company as Adobe consider that a minor bug as this one can be resolved by users by work-arrounds, repetedly and without any sence, and paying for that also, I start consider Adobe a scam company.
So, P-H-A-C-K-Y-O-U, Adobe!
Problem has resurfaced again and again for me where Creative Cloud login keeps saying "you've been signed out" immediately after signing in.
Deleting the opm.db file fixes problem, but having to have user input every time this problem occurs seems very non-professional - I feel like I'm on Windows 3.1.1
I've tried all of these fixes but still the problem keeps coming up. There's got to be a way to get this fixed!