My CC Desktop Application manager became signed out last night, and responded with the 'You've been signed out' message every time I tried to log back on. So I had a Google and found the 'Delete opm.db' tip. I tried to be caucious and just add a .bak to the file name, but I was not allowed to because it was in use. I evntually just deleted it, and was indeed able to log back on to the Desktop Application manager, (DAm)
So all was well, except if I close the DAm for any reason, or restart the computer, I so far have to go back to App data\local\Adobe\OOBE\ and delete opm.db again to be able to sign in to the DAm. That is not right.
I also found the Run the IMSLib Replacer (WINDOWS only) tip which suggest a link to USB devices being plugged in or unplugged, and I have a possible corilation with that because I had added another mouse (Razer Mamba) to the system not long before the initial problem. I have not tried running ISLMLibReplacer.exe yet, although I have unplugged the Razer mouse.
So It looks like I can get by, but I would obviously like to be free of needing work-arrounds.
I'm running 188.8.131.529
Windows 7 Pro
Full CC subscription
Everything is up to date, with the exception on an InDesign 9.2.1 update. My bandwidth is pants, so I am leaving that update for when I can spare the bandwidth.
Thanks for any tips or suggestions