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No Internet? No applications.

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Mar 20, 2020

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I have a place in the mountains that I like to visit when I can. While I'm there, I like to take the time away from everything and work on projects. The problem is, because there is no internet, when I try opening an application (like Illustrator for example) it looks for an internet connection. Not finding one, the application shuts down, leaving me a bit on the frustrated side. I'm paying plenty to have my suite of applications at my disposal, but if I have to have an internet connection every time I want to use them (especially since I mainly use three or four of them most of the time), then suddenly this creates a major issue. Is there a way around this or is this just too bad for anyone without an available connection?

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No Internet? No applications.

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I have a place in the mountains that I like to visit when I can. While I'm there, I like to take the time away from everything and work on projects. The problem is, because there is no internet, when I try opening an application (like Illustrator for example) it looks for an internet connection. Not finding one, the application shuts down, leaving me a bit on the frustrated side. I'm paying plenty to have my suite of applications at my disposal, but if I have to have an internet connection every time I want to use them (especially since I mainly use three or four of them most of the time), then suddenly this creates a major issue. Is there a way around this or is this just too bad for anyone without an available connection?

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You’re supposed to be able to go a month or more. Provided the computer was connected recently, and you didn’t sign out. If it’s a laptop you took and left there, you can’t use it. If you sign out, don’t. 

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