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Please try the steps below:
1) Uninstall the Adobe CC desktop app (https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/uninstall-creative-cloud-desktop-app.html)
2) Reboot the machine.
3) Install the latest version of Adobe creative cloud from the link: Creative Cloud Help | Creative Cloud for desktop
This answer did not help me. I cam home tonight to find 785GB just gone and my hard drive left with only 7.5MB. Open Activity Monitor to find the issue and what do I see, "adobe update daemon" wrote something, somewhere on my drive and filled it up! I managed to free up a little space manually, enough to uninstall Adobe CC desktop app, restart and reinstall. But how the heck do I reclaim my disk space and where to find the file and/or files the Adobe update daemon wrote!? Disappointed in Adobe here...seriously.
Same problem here, have had this problem already a few times, costs me a lot of time and money to repair this. Had to have a HDD replaced because it was not repairable anymore. Adobe,just gives the same answer over and over again. Adobe SUCKS. Wish i had never installed CC in the cloud. Because there's the problem, and adobe does not solve it.
You can use Daisydisk to search for your hidden files, you can only do this by entering with another mac and remove these files. For me everything 2.2 TB.
Have the do it tonight again. Don't bother to ask ADOBE, they do not understand this problem or better said, they don't want to understand!