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Sometimes when I am using Photoshop or Bridge I will suddenly find that I have been signed out of Creative cloud and am told to sign in. Sort of... One of 2 things is going on:
 I have been kicked out of CC and must sign in again. Remember that I have already signed in sucessfully.
 I have been kicked out of CC and must sign in again. If I look at the CC icon in the loaded apps windows in the lower right corner the icon is black and if I click on it it shows that I am logged in and all apps are loaded. BUT I still have to login again!
Can someone tell me what is going on? This is stupid.
I moved your post over from the poorly named "Using the Community" forum, which is for getting help using this forum system, to a better forum.
I hope this helps. Best of luck to you.
Did you recently upgrade to Windows 10 2004? If you did, try rolling back to version 1909.
There is apparently a bug with the Credential Manager in version 2004 that is breaking things for a lot of applications, including some Creative Cloud applications.
This happened to me, and I rolled back to version 1909 this morning. So far, everything appears to be working the way it should be again.
Yes I did. I'll give that a try and revert. Must admit it never crossed my mind that it might be a Winows issue. Sorry Adobe!
This isn't the problem. When I checked Windows updates v2004 was sitting there, it had NOT been installed. To me that means the latest Windows update had nothing to do with my problem. I installed v2004 and nothing changed, Something else is going on. BTW I have had NO ISSUES with logging into any of my other applications. Adobe is the only one.
I'm sorry, then. I hope someone else has an answer because that's the only one I found and the only thing that worked for me.
ETA: See here, but obviously if 2004 wasn't installed for you your issue lies elsewhere.
That's okay, I appreciate your answer. Hopefully will find the problem somewhere along.
For the community, I have not found a solution but since installing 2004 I haven't had a problem but the issue was intermittant anyway.