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This seems more to be a problem with your local network/router rather than a problem related to adobe.com.
Do you have problems accessing other sites from all computers in your network?
No, this is the only website that I am aware of. My brothers computer is on the same network, and he can reach it no problem. ??!
Basically, there is no difference between adobe.com and any other website opened in a regular browser, so ANY website accessible from one computer in a network should also be accessible from any other computer(s) in the network, unless ...
there is a firewall or other kind of filtering software running on the affected computer(s) that is blocking specific websites or IP-adresses.
A simple way to test this is to temporarily disable firewalls (and eventually other filtering software) running on the affected computer(s) and see if this make any difference.
If you then can access the website(s), you know where the problem is.
here, my system is a vista with macafee, I have the same problem, unable to access adobe website as well.
I have disable windows firewall, macafee firewall.
still the same. I can access every other website except adobe website.
is there any other thing I can try.
Well I did figure out the problem. But believe it or not...I can't remember what I did to fix it!! UGH!! Ok, after a little research, I remembered what I did to fix it! It wasn't anything to do with a firewall or antivirus software. If I have my network card IP set to static (something like 192.168.0.1) It will not let me go to adobe.com. If I let windows assign my machine an IP number, it goes no problem. To check this, follow these steps: go to control panel, click on Network and Sharing Center, on the left side click on Manage Network Connections, then right click on your active network connection and go to properties, then on the networking tab, click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), on the general tab, select obtain an IP address automatically. Let me know if this works for you.
I had this same problem once, but I have Windows XP Pro. After disabling the firewall, and deleting cookies, everything is working fine.
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