I've read it here that "Adobe continues to store your original Lightroom images for one year after your subscription ends. During this time, you can continue to launch Lightroom to download your original files from Adobe's cloud services".
My university's subscription ended, and I would like to download my cloud files, but when I try to log into Adobe Cloud to download, I receive "Access Denied" messages.
How could I obtain the files that in theory should still be on Adobe Cloud?
I think that article is incorrect. Instead of using the Lightroom desktop app after the subscription has lapsed, you can use the Adobe Lightroom Downloader app, which DOES give you a full 12 months to download your images from the cloud. The downloaded files will be stored using a capture date-based folder structure. There are some issues with the Downloader, though you should at least get all your images back.
The only thing I'm not clear about is if the situation is different for an Enterprise subscription compared with a single-user subscription. The Downloader is certainly usable for a standard subscription, hopefully it's still the same for the enterprise subscription.