I have files on my home Ethernet network server (a Mac Mini). My main design computer, an older MacPro, is connected to the network via Ethernet. This works fine. My router is the one provided by my ISP company "Xfinity"; The router has WiFi and is connected to a switch that has my network computers connected to it via Ethernet. My Macbook Pro laptop can only connect to the network via WiFi.
This has been working flawlessly forever, but recently, things with the laptop started acting weird. There is nothing wrong with the laptop, but there is definitely something funky about how it's connecting to my network. I haven't done anything to it.
The main problem is that, for some reason, the files in the Creative Cloud on all of my computers are fine, but on the laptop - they will not synch. So, for example, on my mail MacPro computer I'll add a folder to my Adobe Cloud called "Videos". I look at my Adobe Cloud files online and the folder is there. It's there on my design computer too, but on the Macbook - it has the blue arrow present like it's trying to synch, but the "Videos" folder never shows up. It's like the laptop can't synch.
This is real nightmare because I am a very mobile designer - and the whole reason I have the cloud is because I can go anywhere and access the files from my laptop, but not now. It's not synching.
Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I am currently working with a thumb drive 😞 during this period because of this problem.