To find the hosts file, open Finder and then choose Go > Go to Folder.
In the box, type the following location and then press Return:. If you are unable to locate the file, it means that the hosts file is hidden. Type the following command in terminal to unhide the file, and then repeat Step 1.
chflags nohidden /etc/hosts. Open the hosts file using a text editor such as Text Edit. Check for any Adobe-related entries in the hosts file.
If there are no Adobe-related entries in the hosts file, no further troubleshooting is required. However, if there are Adobe-related entries in the hosts file, proceed to the next step.
- /Library/Preferences/FLEXnet Publisher/FLEXnet>adobe_00080000_tsf.data
If there are Adobe-related entries in the hosts file, move the file to the desktop, for example by dragging. Delete the Adobe-related entries from the hosts file.
Make sure that you do not delete any other entries.
Save the hosts file that you edited in the previous step. Move the file from desktop to the original location: .
When moving the file, select the Replace option.
The updates hosts file should not have any Adobe-related entries.Resources