That doesn't work for me.
I checked that feature and it was already a blue box. I took it a step further and physically checked the http and the non-http activations. Still did not work.
I have uninstalled all apps as well as CC before trying this.
As soon as I install CC, the node error begins.
I am on a Win7pro 64 workstation and this issue JUST started last week.
How can I get more help with this? I am a full subscriber at about fifty bucks a month - this is ridiculous.
using a browser that allows popups and cookies, contact adobe support during pst business hours by clicking here and, when available, click 'still need help', http://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/service-ccm.html
I am having the same issue and also tried the fixes listed in other posts with no resolution. Very frustrating.
This is not resolved, today May 21 2018... still a problem that now does not let me update using Creative.
Try to find the answer instead of sending us to another help desk to find answers. Please lets cooperate with the community.
I'm on Windows 7, with latest CC. I came across this and was able to resolve. I went to Add/Remove Programs, select Adobe Creative Cloud, Uninstall/Change and then run the Repair. Hope this helps someone in 2018.