I have a huge problem, either with InDesign or Apple I am not sure.
Basically when I bring my computer home from work every time I open InDesing it tries to connect to a server and I get this error message: the server XXX.local may not exist or is unavailable at this time. Check the server name or IP address, check your network connection, and then try again.
Why is InDesign trying connect to a server? Photoshop and Illustrator work perfectly well and function as a normal program. Indesign has no reason to do this as it shouldn't need to work through a server.
I get this error message and once I have dismissed it, it comes back after a few seconds and then stalls my computer again.
I really hope that someone can give me some idea of what is happening because the support in my country have not been at all helpful.
It's probably trying to verify the license or subscription status. What version are you using?
CS5. I have been working with this program for over 10 years and I have never seen this before. I only have this problem at home and not at working. The drive it is trying to access is the timecapsule.local. As I said it is only with InDesign and all the other bundle programs are fine. It is not a pay per month and is a legitimately licensed business subscription.
I have no idea why ID would want to connect to a timecapsule drive.