Are all your drivers and bios up to date?
Had a similar problem recently and updated the bios and it worked.
Hiya thanks for that, but updating the BIOS seems little extreme.
Maybe this is a popup saying I've reached maximum activations? I saw one of these appear on my mac at about the same time in the adobe startup sequence.
Is there some universal way to reset all of the logins for creative cloud?
Not at all - updating a bios is always a good idea to ensure that it's compatible with future releases of any software, it's like updating anything, works out kinks and optimises and makes them better.
For creative cloud there is no maximum activations - you can have them on as many computers as you wish - you can only be signed into 1 at a time though.
If you are signed in somewhere else you can sign out - check out this link Learn how to activate and deactivate Creative Cloud apps
I've updated my BIOS and the problem still persists.
Any more help?
I wonder if your firewall is a bit too aggressive. Maybe anti virus?
Were you able to update your graphics card?
Yes the NVIDIA driver has been updated, Eugene.
UPDATE: I have fixed it myself.
I made a new user account. Adobe is already installed for all users.
I opened Indesign 2019 on the new user account.
I get a pop up saying you have reached the maximum amount of users. I click sign out for one of them.
Log back into my main account.
It now works.
Copied this task on my coworker's computers. Same result.
I assume this will work till I sign in somewhere else.