I recently ran into an issue where I have a Photoshop plugin that I have to run in Windows due it's reliance on the .NET Framework. So I launched my Windows 8 and downloaded the Creative Cloud app. Once it was installed, I went to the Apps tab to download Photoshop, and it says there's a download error. All the other tabs are fine, just the Apps tab. So, I try again. No luck. I delete everything for Creative Cloud, as the uninstaller wouldn't work saying the app was still running even though it was not in the Task Manager anywhere. So, I then tried my Windows XP installation. Downloaded the app and it gave me the same problems. The app runs initially, then comes up with a dialog box that says there was an error. I can't even get to the Apps tab here. So, I did the next best thing: I contacted Adobe. At first, they were helpful. I gave them the information I had. Unfortunately, the moment I told them I was using Parallels, I was promptly told that they don't support Virtual setups and basically told me tough luck. So, now I'm here. I really need to find a way to make this work. I've enjoyed having Parallels and allowing me to use Windows in those odd instances where only a Windows app exists. Most of the time the app is a odd piece of shareware, not a mainstream program like Photoshop from Adobe. Whatcha gonna do. Anyone run into this issue and found a resolution? Note: I am using a 'shared' network connection. I've thought about changing it to 'bridged' hoping that might help. Seems kinda odd though that every other connection works, just not Creative Cloud.