there's something local to your computer that's logging you out. adobe cc doesn't do that.
I think it's a permissions issue and not linked to the network change .Are you on MAC or Windows?
If something local to my computer that's logging me out do you have any suggestions how to figure out what it is?
Try this :
Windows 8 and 10 : "Windows+X" to Access the Power User Menu
Run the Task Manager to quit these processes .
Adobe CEF Helper
Adobe Creative Cloud
Adobe IPC Broker
Adobe Genuine Software Integrity Service
2 - Rename The folders "SlStore" , "SlCache" and "OOBE" to "SlStore.old" , "SlCache.old" and "OOBE.old" in this location :
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\ SlCache
For Windows :
-> Run any application as admin and sign in .
I've followed your instructions. Everything seems to be working okay, but I will have to see over the span of a day or two what happens to be sure this is resolved.
I will let you know.
Your solution has made my CC more stable and it doesn't kick me out much (for which I am thankful), BUT... My real question was can I make CC recognize my network as safe and now that I have logged onto another network and come back home it once again requests a pass code from my phone etc.
CC has no problem at all with any network. The passcode is only needed if you log-in from a new browser/new computer.
Do you have to have the Adobe CC app open when you run the task manager? How do you "quit the process"?
No ,If it's open you'll stop it from the task manager otherwise just stop the remaining processes ( Some of the processes listed before may be absent )
How do I stop the processes? Do I go to the Processes tab and right-click on each of the processes you listed - if so, what do I select when I right-click to stop the processes? I tried clicking End Task, but it didn't do anything.
on the Processes tab, right-click the processyou want to end, and then click End Process Tree.
This is not the case for me.
That is the subject of this post.