I've tried several apps and the main Creative Cloud installer (I have the all apps plan) and it hangs every time I get to the part requiring browser identification, here:
I get taken to the browser window (in Chrome, regardless of my default browser settings) and it says:
But the installer does not proceed, and I end up here:
If I click on "If your browser is not responding, sign in here" nothing happens. I've uninstalled, tried again, then used the Adobe CC cleaner tool and removed everything, tried again, I've gone into the registry and deleted all Adobe keys, I've run as admin and as not, I've restarted and tried installing in Safe Mode with networking. Same results. I've also tried signing out before being taken to the browser, then signing in, then getting the "You're all set!" screen again. I've tried doing that with a different account. Nothing has worked.
Prior to this I had only Photoshop installed, and it worked fine. The issue started when I switched to the 'all apps' plan and tried to install acrobat. The installer hung 1/2 way through the Acrobat install. I quit, tried again, and got the above. Then tried all the steps I mention above. I also tried installing other apps, which is why the screengrab above shows my attempt to install XD.
I've explored all the forums and FAQs and tried everything suggested in them.
(Posting again because someone marked my previous post as spam.)
July 2020 and I too had this problem, and for me I have a brand new computer and have never installed anything Adobe except flash player; that's when I realized. All Adobe GUI's (graphical user interface) are governed by Windows Internet Explorer privacy setting regardless if you are using other internet browsers. So you have to check your Windows Internet Explorer settings (not Edge) and insure that Java Script and Scripting are enabled. You can do this one of two ways. Either open Internet Explorer and click on the "gear" "settings" > internet options or via Control Panel > internet options. Once you have "internet options" gui open you click on the "security" tab which is where you will find your internet security settings, and will have to check to make sure your security settings via "security level" in the "security tab", and make sure "scripting" and "scripting of java applets" are "Enabled". (once the changes are made remember to click "apply") This will enable and allow java script for Internet Explorer. Again you are doing this regardless of what internet browser you primarily use because Adobe gui's are governed by internet explorer settings. I remembered that I always have this problem when I have to update "Flash Player", and I have to go through this same hassle of enabling Java on Internet Explorer every time I have to update Flash Player.
Thanks, this works.
Wonder how they expect you to figure that out.
I had the same issue and I fixed it with internet options and setting the security level from high to medium-high
Install an older adobe app from 2014, like premiere pro, then sign in. it will install adobe premiere pro 2014, then detect system updates and reinstall everything including the new creative suite. uninstall the old software and reinstall the new apps!
Even if you are using Chrome or Firefox to authenticate.
It works after that!
I am also faceing the same issue
I have tried everything