I am also having this problem. Were you able to install or find any solutions?
I ended up manually downloading and manually installing Indesign CC 2014 and it synced up with creative cloud and is updating correctly now.
How exactly did you manually download? The only way I can find to download is through the Creative Cloud app.
I am also having the exact same issue. During installation, the CC App was unable to extract to a temporary directory. Please contact customer support (EX11). In my searches to resolve this issue someone pointed me to http://prodesigntools.com/adobe-cc-2014-direct-download-links.html to download CC apps manually. I was still having issues installing the program that way as well. When I extract the files to install an error in copying the files occurs. (Error: 0x80004005 Unspecified Error)
I am using Windows 7
After troubleshooting the process with adobe customer support, The few key things that made the install successful for me were thus...
1: Find your windows temp folder (press windows key+r) and type %temp% and hit ok. Find your temporary install and delete it and any copies you might have.
2: Make sure you have winzip, winrar or some other file extraction program.
3: Re-download InDesign from your CC app, and if/when it fails go back to the temp folder. (Do not try to download InDesign from the CC app multiple times.)
4: Extract your install in the windows temp file if necessary, and install manually through the installer in your temp folder.
5: The file should install without problems as this point, and proceed to update indesign.
This worked for me. If this does not work for you, customer support is available with your Creative Cloud Membership.
Best of luck!
I'm working on this issue on my desktop PC, but I'm stuck at #4. Any clarification would be appreciated. The download failed again, but there isn't anything in the temp file related to id.
Thanks XMcBainX, that worked.
Go into the temp folder find the Indesign download folder and extract the file inside. It will extract a standard install file. Install as normal and it should work.