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    I have the same problem running Bridge 9.0.3.279 on macos 10.14.5. This is troubling as Adobe claims it believes in sustainability and reducing its carbon footprint but I can do that when I can't put my MacPro to sleep! Here is Adobe's statement on being green: https://www.adobe.com/corporate-responsibility/sustainability.html.

    I need to be able to put my Mac to sleep and Adobe's idiotic implementation of Cloud services is preventing this.

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    This is still a problem because whenever Bridge gets an update it recreates the Launch Agents and Daemons. Adobe needs to fix the problem of not being able to put the computer to sleep when Bridge is running.

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    I have a solution. I don't use Adobe Cloud services at all. So I deleted all Adobe files located in both sets of LaunchAgents and LaunchDaemons folders, in main Library and User Library folders. Now I can put my Mac Pro to sleep without having to quit Adobe Bridge and my Mac remains in sleep.

    I credit this post for assisting:
    How to completely disable all CC daemons in my system?, https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2447356

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