Yes. Each time that I have installed CS6, I have reached the "Welcome" screen which includes 2 options: License (I have a license code.) and Trial. I click on the License option and, when the next screen appears, I have entered my license code which has now been verified by Adobe. The installation proceeds normally but, when I start to work on a project in any of the suite apps, I start getting prompts to sign in again. I might also point out 2 additional things When I installed CS6 for the first time, I was prompted to enter a license code from a product (CS5.5 in this case) qualifying me for the upgrade version of CS6. In my latest uninstalls/reinstalls, I have not been prompted for this qualifying license code. Second, this nightmare began when I, like many others couldn't get the latest update (16.0.3) to Illustrator to install either through software update or by manually downloading the installer. Some other users found that, by uninstalling/reinstalling Illustrator, the update would install. I tried this but that didn't work for me and, when I started receiving dialogue boxes that said I could use this trial version for 32000+ days (I kid you not.), I decided to uninstall/reinstall CS6 from the original dmg file downloaded from Adobe. Earlier today, I contacted Adobe and was issued a case number. I have reinstalled CS6 using the verified license code so we'll see what happens.
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