in the same boat brother...still waiting to hear from someone at Adobe, terrible on hold and no answers.
I am so frustrated hell Windows telephone activation was not as bad...
Terrible support from Adobe on such a matter is inexcusable. Two weeks? That's pretty stupid, especially if you happen to be a professional design artist and need this software to make money. The reason it's doing this is because the software is always phoning home when it's connected to the Internet. Even if you've already activated, it still does this for no reason. Provided you have a valid key, all you need to do is edit the HOSTS file on your respective operating system to block activate.adobe.com by redirecting it to 127.0.0.1 (Google specific info about doing this). This will prevent the software from attempting to contact the offline activation servers and should, in theory, allow you to use your software again. It may take a few minutes to take effect.