That lens is currently not listed as supported:
You can use the Canon 600mm F4 L IS lens profile, which has very similar distortion (i.e. virtually none) and vignetting across the aperture range. You can compare them here:
Select an image shot with the Canon 500mm F4 II lens and go to Develop> Lens Corrections> Profile and select the Canon 600mm F4 L IS (USM) profile. Next to 'Setup' select 'Save New Lens Profile Defaults.'
Hello, thanks for your quick answer , this already what I've done taking the profile of the 600mm, just I was expecting that this lens should also be supported by Adobe due is performance.
Anyway I haope one it will be supported
Given the 600mm F4 IS II (February 2011) lens profile hasn't been created yet it may be a while (if ever). I wouldn't worry about it since the lens profile only corrects distortion and vignetting. There is virtually no distortion with either of these lenses and vignetting is within 0.2EV using the 600mm profile, which you can set as the "default" profile. Personally I think people put too much emphasis on the need for "automatic" lens profile correction. All my lens profile defaults are set to Distortion = 0 and Vignetting = 50. I change the setting only when an image appears to need more correction. WHY?
Distortion correction crops part of the image and increases "edge" stretching with wide angle lenses–It's a trade-off for straight lines in the image. IMHO-If it's not visible in the image you don't need it. 100% Vignetting correction setting can look un-natural and amplifies lens aberrations and softness in the corners, which is where vignetting correction is applied the most.
My 2 cents worth.