I am on a Windows 7, 64 bit operating system.
I have a user that I had to get up and running with InDesign, so this is what I did:
This is when it starts gettting weird.
At this point I realized the Admin Privileges were messing up so I exited Creative Cloud and then ran it as an administrator and it popped right up. So, I opened InDesign and it showed "30 days in Trial". I thought "great, now this user can open her file and get to work." However, when she attempted to access our server through InDesign, it had locked her out. Yet, if InDesign and Creative Cloud is shut down, and then Creative Cloud is opened without "Run as Administrator" and it give the "Download Error", InDesign can be opened and not read any trail left (because it is not reading that your are logged in) but it CAN access the server.
This is maddening!!! Why is this users Creative Cloud and InDesign privileges so messed up?
I am only another user, but my understanding is that you MUST have an Administrator account to fully use/install Cloud programs
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That does not seem the case. I have 12 other users with the same privileges using Creative Cloud currently. Whenever they need to install a new application, I must enter the LAN login and password, but everything else works fine.
Thanks for the reply, though.