I am also seeing this on several users - but not all. All running Macs. I have had many hours with Adobe Tech support on this, but they have no solution.
If you are on a Mac platform; Did you by any chance have backup-disks or an old startupdisk connected to your Mac when you installed Creative Cloud? (Like you transferred your old computer disk to a new machine - and the old startup disk was still mounted on the desktop when you installed Creative Cloud?) Or a Time Machine disk, server-disks with backups or anything else where an old copy of adobe software or settings files may exist?
Somewhere deep down my guts there is a voice telling me that Creative Cloud may get confused with this. But I cannot back it up with emprical evidence.
Also: do you install Creative Suite in another language than your OS? I am on Norwegian OS, but want the English (international) for Creative Cloud applications.
Thanks for your answer. Your problem seems to be the same. My system differs a bit from yours.
I'm on Windows 7. Before Creative Cloud I used Adobe Creative Suite. So there is a chance, that the Creative Cloud Client imported some settings from Creative Suite and that caused the problems.
Maybe I should delete and uninstall everything from Adobe, all the apps, settings, config files and registry keys. And after that install everything new with the Creative Cloud Client.
That's a lot of work.
Btw: my system language is the same as the Creative Suite / Creative Cloud language.
I'm at a complete loss on this. All my workstations think they're updated, but clearly there are 2015.2 installs that aren't happening (specifically Premiere and After Effects). I've installed a newer Creative Cloud app, nothing. remoteupdatemanager via the command line also says they're up to date.
I can only think Adobe has missed the point of point releases, and is treating this like a major update. Worse, Premiere projects created in 2015.2 don't open in 2015.0. Come on guys, you're supposed to be better than Apple with this stuff. This isn't Final Cut!