It`s been a day since i get the message "unable to reach adobe servers", i have already unninstalled and installed creative cloud.
I need to download some adobe font for a project.
Very unhappy with this error, i cannot access my apps through creative cloud because it says i'm "offline", which i'm not.
I think (I'm not certain) that what you need to do is sign out and then resign in to Creative Cloud using the Creative Cloud Desktop app.
Note: this is not an issue I've encountered, but the above is a solution I seem to recall seeing elsewhere in the forums. @Nancy OShea, can you weigh in? I think I've seen you respond to this sort of thing before and your knowledge is likely to be more accurate than mine.
I can't log off frol my account because the button "sign out" ia disabled. I guess that japonês because creative cloud senses I'm not "online". I've tried unninstalling and installing It again and It tales me back to my account.
Yes, twice 😞
Is your firewall or antivirus blocking it?
Not really, i dont use any antivirus besides windows and have also tried disabling both firewall and windows antivirus.
Now, i tried changing the windows account and seem to get by the same issue, even without account cache.
I have been fighting this problem all day. In my case I've found that Creative Cloud will not connect unless I disable every network adapter in Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections other than my main adapter.
Creative Cloud will not connect as long as I have any virtual machine adapters or VPN adapters enabled. Ridiculous. Every other app on my machine is connecting without issue. It's as if they bind to a random adapter for no reason whatsoever.
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Sarah, I am sorry you are encountering so many problems using the Internet on the current computer. I am also showing that you recently contacted us and case ADB-16903786-G4D0 was closed due to lack of a response.
Please begin a new chat interaction at https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html so that direct assistance can be provided to resolve the connection error. I would also ask that you review and bookmark https://helpx.adobe.com/x-productkb/policy-pricing/customer-support-portal.html which provides steps you can use to update your support case, so that is not closed due to lack of response in the future.