Have you also tried to uninstall everything and run this:
And then reinstall Creative Cloud app, and reinstall the applications like InDesign?
Having said that, I once had things messed up much like you describe on my MacBook Pro. Nothing I did made any difference. I was forced to contact phone help. They bid me to download an app that let them take control of the mouse. I did so, and the Adobe tech went to many obscure folders deleting obscure files. I WISH I HAD WRITTEN IT DOWN AS THEY DID SO. Once the technician was done deleting things, the reinstallation of CC app and the program applications worked fine.
I WISH ADOBE WOULD PUBLISH TO US THAT LIST OF OBSCURE FILES THEY HUNT DOWN AND DELETE. It could be a persistent topic here on this forum. That would save many of us a whole lot of troubleshooting time.
Michael, thanks alot for your fast response!!
I forgot to mention that step, I also tried the Cleaner Tool, nothing happened. The Creative Cloud was not installed anymore and after a reboot, as they say, the installation has failed again.
Yeah, this list could save much work n' time!
Looks like you are set to have a phone call with InDia.
It is worth saying again:
I WISH ADOBE WOULD PUBLISH TO US THAT LIST OF OBSCURE FILES THEY HUNT DOWN AND DELETE.
It could be a persistent topic here on this forum.