No luck with that procedure. After deleting the information from my "hosts" file, this is what it looks like now:
# Host Database
# localhost is used to configure the loopback interface
# when the system is booting. Do not change this entry.
That's fine John.
Now save the host file and then launch the Adobe CC desktop app.
I have launched the Adobe CC desktop app. It says that Photoshop CC (2015) start trial. I have logged-out and then in again in the desktop app. Now it says that it is up-to-date, however, when I launch it, it says "No Subscription Found." My only two options are Quit or Start Trial.
I just went and checked my license in the Management area, and now my license is NOT Active and I have one license available to activate. That was not the case before I started the process. Should I activate the available license now? This is being used on a Mac laptop, so it will be used in different locations.
Still having the same issue, and now, my CS6 version on the same machine has changed to a trial version as well. Any suggestions?
Was it because of this step?
- Rename the SLCache folder to SLCache.old, present at the following location: