I followed all the steps still facing the same error. The error doesn't occur when I'm connected via the work network. As soon I get connected to my network at home, the error occurs.
I got to make it work by following the below steps.
1. I connect to my home network.
2. Sign out of Photoshop (or whatever the application).
3. Disconnect the network.
4. Start the Photoshop (or whatever the application).
5, The libraries panel now ask me to sign in.
6. Connect back to the network.
6. I Signin via (Help -> Signin) of Photoshop.
7. The libraries are getting loaded now.
Note: This is not a solution. I have to do this everytime I open the application.
Did all of that and then some. One the desktop it is working half way and I have to pull things from the library on the desktop, save it on the network and load it on my laptop to do what I have to do. This started last week for me. Checked firewall, plugged into the network, zapped the folders and still not working. EVen did the step Adobe published and still not working. Spent about 6 hours till I just go between two systems which is not good for my workflow.
Same problem with me, even technical person from Adobe Support has worked remotely on my computer for two days, still not working
Was this ever fixed for you? I'm on day two of no Libraries and I've tried every solution Adobe suggested.
I've been having this problem for weeks. I've noticed the frequency increased once we went to MacBooks in my department and our network admins put multiple user accounts on our machines. I've had two remote sessions with Adobe tech support and the both have followed the same sequence of steps. Here is the sequence copied and pasted from the technician's email to me after I requested that it be supplied to me step by step:
Here are the steps I have tried today on remote session mentioned below:
- log out of Creative Cloud quit all Adobe programs
- 2.Quit all Adobe Process from Activity Monitor
- 3.Then Rename the ExMan.db to ExManold.db file from /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Extension Manager CC/Configuration/DB (
- Now Rename the contents of the OOBE to OOB.old folder: /Library/Application Support/Adobe/OOBE
- Installed Application manager : http://supportdownloads.adobe.com/thankyou.jsp?ftpID=4774&fileID=4438
- 6.Then Launch any Individual app and sign in.
And the related article is : https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/global/access-hidden-user-library-files.html
Thanks & Regards,
Nitika Bhowmick| Technical Support Consultant , Customer Care | Customer & Employee Experience | Adobe Systems
I'm assuming that the Library panels will work for a day or two and then will stop again.
I asked the support staff if Adobe will be issuing a fix for this and they responded by telling me that they haven't had "many instances" of this issue. I don't understand how that statement could be made after searching through the Community Support Forums and reading the many incidents of the same issue being reported by other users. Out of curiosity, is anyone else working on a Mac that uses multiple system user accounts?
Hope this is useful.