Did you checked with Hosts file ?
If not ,
1) Right click on the Finder icon on dock and select "Go-To Folder" option.
2) You will get a text box, type-in below mentioned command and then hit 'Return' key.
3) It will open the etc folder, please look for file named "hosts" and copy the same to Desktop screen.
4)Double click on Hosts file , it will open it with TextEdit,
Check whether you can see any Adobe related entries inside Hosts file like 127.0.0.1 activate.adobe.com.......etc??
Those are the cause of issue , they are Adobe blocker entries which are blocking access to Adobe activation server.
- Remove all entries which has adobe name . Then close the Textedit , it will Autosave.
- Make sure there are no Adobe entries inside .
- Then copy and paste the Hosts file back to Etc folder .
- We are replacing edited hosts file which we had copied to Desktop with the original Hosts file inside Etc folder.
- When prompted , Authenticate with Mac password ,
- Make sure to select Replace option ..
- Once you has replaced Hosts file , double click on it again and check whether Hosts file is free from Adobe entries.
- If yes. launch Creative Cloud application and load Apps list and check.
Oh my goodness!! It works!!
Thank you very much to rescue such a computer illiterate like me~
Awesome!! Thank you thank you thank you!!
Glad to hear that the issue has been resolved.
You are always most welcome