I'm using InDesign Creative Cloud on Windows 10. My Adobe stock photos in my CC Libraries all have broken links and the error message when I try to relink is "either the file does not exist, you do not have permission, or the file may be in use by another application." We've paid for the stock service, and the images are licensed and we need to send files to print! The CC Libraries option is fabulous, but it never seems to work properly. So far, I have:
-restarted my computer
-updated my InDesign
-restarted computer. turned off synced files and back on
-restarted computer, ended the "CCLibraries.exe" in task manager, restarted InDesign
-restarted computer, turned off synced files, ended .exe in task manager
This is ridiculous and seems to be a common problem with no support from Adobe themselves.
What else can I do?
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This answer is not helpful and doesn't solve the issue.
I have discovered a workaround, however, to force InDesign to relink the file(s). Create a new library within the InDesign CC Libraries panel. Move the recalcitrant photo to the new library. The link error should clear up. Then you can move the photo back and the link continues to track with the image.
A more permanent solution would be helpful to prevent this recurring problem.
This answer saved me on a huge work project! Just wish I had found it 5 hours ago.