When attaching files to an email message to send as Adobe Document Cloud links, I continue to get the message "You do not have access to this service. Please contact your IT Administrator to gain access, or try to sign in with an Adobe ID."
I have a full subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud and I am always signed in.
Sometimes it works, sometimes I get this message.
The only thing that fixes it is doing a repair on the install of Adobe Acrobat Pro. Then re-starting Microsoft Outlook. Then it works for a few times.....until it happens again.
Is there a permanent fix for this problem?
I'm on Windows 10 and a Microsoft Office 365 subscription (so latest version).
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Thanks for reaching out. As shared above, this message appears when you try to share a pdf using attach to email option. Did you notice if this error appeared while using any other feature?
It is caused because the Document Cloud Services have been disabled on the machine.
Before you make further changes to the suggested registry settings, login online on web https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/home/ and try sharing the pdf using "Share" tool.
If it does work on web, which means you need to follow the steps suggested below-
Try the troubleshooting steps suggested in the help article here: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/error-You-do-not-have-access-to-this-service-please-contact-your-...
Thanks for reply....yes everything works online.
I can't figure out how to find the right registry to edit. I found 3 instances of FeatureLockDown, but not one that says this?
I have this:
I think the DC version is the right one? But there is no entry for this? bToggleAdobeDocumentServices=dword:00000000