Photoshop: Can not launch "You're reached your device activation limit"
Since yesterday I've been caught in a loop.
I launch the CC Desktop, click on the Lightroom icon and Lightroom launches. Next I launch Photoshop from Lightroom via "Edit photo in Photoshop" and I get this warning.
I do as recommended and check my Active sessions via my Adobe Profile and find out I have three active sessions. So I clear ALL of them except my current session.
I still get the same error. So I logout of CC Desktop and relaunch it. After entering in my Adobe user id I am advised I will be sent a 6 digit verification code via e-mail. I receive the code and enter it in and enter my password.
Launch LR and I am advised I have reached my connection limit. I try launching LR from a my Windows desktop icon, same results as launching from CC Desktop. Photoshop will not launch. Often I will get a certificate revocation error as well.
I then go through the process of clearing my connections via Adobe profile. And the loop continues. This morning alone I gone through the process at least 5 times. I know this as I have 5 separate verification codes via e-mail.
I went through this process last night just as many times.
I stuck. And very annoyed. I need access to Lightroom & Photoshop to process some photos ASAP.
This issue started yesterday. Prior I would only get a certificate revocation warning but Adobe apps launched fine.