Problems with the Adobe Creative Cloud application

Giovanni Albertone shared this question 1 year ago
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Apparently eBlocker filters some traffic needed for the Adobe Creative Cloud app, the one used to manage and update the CC software. As soon as I unplugged the eBlocker from the network, the Adobe app could connect again.

Unfortunately this communication does not go through a browser, so I would not know how to whitelist the address. Is it possible to add exceptions without going throughh the eBlocker menu in the browser?

Thanks,

G.

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Yes, it makes sense to have a central place in the admin interface for editing the white-listed domains.

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Thanks! For ther time being I will temporarily disconnect the PC from eBlocker when I need to update any Adobe software

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Just another hint to this topic. It's the same for adobe drm: you can

not download e-books if the eblocker is switched on. I tried to add some

adresses in the browser to the whitelist, but unfortunately this

doesn't work.

Thanks!

Hans