When I design on my work computer, everything is fine, but when I open the same files on my home computer after they've gotten synced through Creative Cloud, I get a warning that the file is corrupt for various reasons. A few reasons are: the PDF is out of whack, or the layers appear to be corrupt, or the document was modified outside of Illustrator (which it never was). It doesn't matter if it is a Photoshop file, or Illustrator file, or Indesign file, the corruption warning comes up in all these applications. Both my computers run the same version of all Adobe applications.
If I sync the same file through dropbox there is no corruption.
I don't know what is going on with Adobe sync, because my Adobe sync also takes hours and hours to sync small files. There seems to be a much bigger issue with it. For some reason it is not syncing properly and taking forever.