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Some files failed to sync... aargh!

Participant ,
Aug 24, 2018

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CC Desktop keeps telling me it can't sync "x" file.

But I deleted the file from the system a few days ago so why would I continue to get this annoying message?

On my other Mac signed into the same account I don't get the message. It's just on the laptop. The file isn't visible online and I've tried uninstalling the desktop app. Problem still there.

Is there some way I can flush out the cache? Maybe that's causing the problem?

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Some files failed to sync... aargh!

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Aug 24, 2018

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CC Desktop keeps telling me it can't sync "x" file.

But I deleted the file from the system a few days ago so why would I continue to get this annoying message?

On my other Mac signed into the same account I don't get the message. It's just on the laptop. The file isn't visible online and I've tried uninstalling the desktop app. Problem still there.

Is there some way I can flush out the cache? Maybe that's causing the problem?

THANKS

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Aug 24, 2018

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Adobe Employee ,
Aug 24, 2018

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Hi Fizzyfizz,

  • Is it still attempting to sync other files?
  • Does turning off/on sync make any difference?

sync_on copy 2.jpg

  • Does restarting the computer make any difference?

Please let me know,

Thanks,

- Dave

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Dec 18, 2018

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Has there been a resolution to this problem?

I'm having the exact same problem on MacOS Mojave 10.14.2

Deleted 2 files that weren't syncing anyway. It's correct on my home iMac, but on my work MBP it still persists. It's been this way for over 3 weeks now.

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New Here ,
May 16, 2019

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I am having this exact same issue. I use a mini Mac running Mojave 10.14.3 and there are NO green check marks on the files that have been synced. The files all show up to date.

On my iMac that I use at home to work on these exact files, the file sync gets about halfway done...will flash "all files are up to date" and then restart the whole sync process again. (This machine shows green check marks, red triangles, etc.) But the directory that I have synced at home are missing a TON of files (mostly indesign files). I have called customer support and they call back when I am at work instead of on my work computer at home.

I have read through these forums and have deleted the "CoreSync" folders and restarted, etc. to no avail.

Any help would be appreciated.

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New Here ,
May 29, 2019

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We've found the following works to resolve the issue...

  1. Save files locally.
  2. Close all Adobe Apps.
  3. Quit Creative Cloud.
  4. Disconnect computer from network.
  5. Walk away from your desk, do the rounds.
  6. Return to your desk eventually.
  7. Reconnect computer to network.
  8. Login to Creative Cloud.
  9. Open any local files and save to the Cloud.

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