I had other adobe apps already installed before i started isntalling XD like PS, Lrc, Premier pro were installed and working fine.
and today when i started XD installation after installation was successfully, while opening app its strated throwing 206 error
and now even after i uninstalled all apps and CC, and i'm trying to CC now freshly, its giving me still 206 error
tried everything, and at last i uninstalled everything and restarted and tried with different internet connection, still no luck its throwing 206 error.
also tried fixing related to certificates/credentials manager/TLS 1.2..
Thanks for any help in advance.
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and does your default browser have tls 1.2 enabled? if yes:
if no, adobe recently upped their requirements for browser security, https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/multi/eol-tls-support.html
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Codes 201 & 205 & 206 & 207 or several U43 errors
Also, has Microsoft officially issued Windows 11 or is it still Beta software?
ADDED... Win-11 is not official until later this year, so if you are having problems you need to tell Microsoft
I am also experiencing this issue, all manner of possible fixes don't seem to work.
I've tried so far every combiniation of the following:
- Reinstalling Adobe CC and Adobe XD
- Cleaned with Adobe CLI utility
- Disabled both windows and third-party firewalls
- Used different networks while also having firewalls disabled
- Tried using pre-downloaded installer packages
- Fixing related certificates/credentials issues
- Turning it on and off again
Running Windows 11 Preview Build 22454.rs_prerelease.210903-1516
You need to tell Microsoft... Adobe only supports actual operating systems, not Beta tests
Thanks for your help, but neither your marked "solution" or this reponse has added any valuable information to this discussion. Microsoft would have absolutely no interest in this issue what-so-ever; so I thought I'd post my issue on a community board that was relevant to the issue.
If anybody else has insight on why this might be occuring, or could provide steps to resolve the issue, that would be beneficial.
>Microsoft would have absolutely no interest in this issue what-so-ever
What makes you think that Microsoft would not want to know about a program that does not work with the Win-11 Beta?
Does the Microsoft Beta download site not have a link to make problem reports?
Default, thank you very much for your excitement to try Microsoft's new operating system, Windows 11. Unfortunately, as mentioned by John, Windows 11 is not currently supported. Would you please bookmark https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/system-requirements.html, which lists the operating systems tested and supported for use with the Adobe Creative Cloud desktop application?
Windows 11 is not currently listed, and there appear to be several critical errors with the current preview release, which is preventing its use with Adobe applications.
If you wish to use your active Creative Cloud membership, please use a supported operating system.