I know this has been brought up already, but I have not seen it answered. I recently purchased Creative Cloud for teams. It downloaded for everyone and we were all working away. Somehow, we were all switched to trial version and if I try to activate it, I get a warning that I am not connected to the internet. I am connected to the internet though.If I go through the Creative Cloud login box, it says I do not have an internet connection also. I work at a large company with a pretty strict IT department. They have tried to figure out what needs to be open. They have opened all Adobe servers. They opened some that didn't even say Adobe. Calling Adobe hasn't gotten us anywhere. No help at all. I spend half my time trying to slowly spell stuff so the dude on the other end can understand me. When things aren’t working, I need to speak with someone who speaks the same language I do. Super frustrated. One guy said, "Your IT dept. just needs to open everything up." Really? Yeah, they are going to do that. Just open it all. I haven't been able to get anyone to give me a specific list of servers IT needs to open or things they can do. I found a few servers on here and IT opened them, but clearly something is being missed.
I am on a PC running Windows 7. Creative Cloud Team member and we are all having the same issue. Our IT dept handles the security/firewall, not the individual user.
Same situation here. The Creative Cloud app when connected to company firewall or VPN never lists any updates available. If I however connect my company laptop to my home netwrok, without going through VPN it does pull down the update list and I can then update it on or off the firewall. Through some digging I found that the issue is related to the swupmf.adobe.com (software update manifest, I am guessing) url being unaccessible. I spoke with our IT group and they need to know all access required by the application to be able to properly investigate the required access.
What protocols are involved in the Adobe Creative Cloud application for authorization, downloads, updates, and manifests?
What URLs are involved in the Adobe Creative Cloud application for authorization, downloads, updates, and manifests?
What ports are involved in the Adobe Creative Cloud application for authorization, downloads, updates, and manifests?
What redirects are involved in the Adobe Creative Cloud application for authorization, downloads, updates, and manifests?
I finally got someone at Adobe to help me. He sent me the info below that I then sent to IT. It all works now.
Please check with you Network Admin if the Port 80 and 443 are open. Also, you need to have access to https://activate.adobe.com and https://lm.licenses.adobe.com. These currently resolve into 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 respectively.
Also use the following host/port combinations when logging in to the Adobe Creative Cloud Desktop access app with an Adobe ID to download, install and activate the Creative Cloud membership.
Also, confirm with your Network Admin if the network has internet security software like Watch Guard installed. If so Adobe applications should be added to the exceptions list.
RE "I finally got someone at Adobe to help me. He sent me the info below that I then sent to IT. It all works now."
This is great, a solution.........for IT geeks, not graphic designers who don't mess in such an IP numbered world.
What is the solution for the rest of us? what do we click?
I've uninstalled this Cloud Desktop rubbish.
I just wanted to try out Edge Reflow.
That's when the trouble started, because, to get anywhere near close to actually downloading anything from Adobe Cloud, I had to carry out the following installations:
So much for trying out Edge Reflow.
I don't really understand, how could ports 80 and 443 be closed. Everybody is using http and https for browsing. I have the same issue and I don't really see any answer here.
I have given all these details to my IT and it will work for about a day then go back to not working
I cant believe my business is changing anything
There should be better enterprise support as I imaging there is plenty of cash
it seems adobe has made it ridiculously complicated in the backed with the cloud
I cant raise a help ticket every time adobe changes a web address
This is resolved
The challenged for a designer is getting a corporate IT department to listen and jump through the hoops required to open the "pipes" creative cloud needs to work
Back again trying to use the CC and 207 rears its head
obviously adobe only wants designers sitting on macs in cafes to use their software and the corporates can go jump
I just turned off my Norton Smart Firewall and it worked.
Wow here in 2020 and it's the same problem and your solution still works! Thanks!