11 Replies Latest reply on Aug 12, 2012 11:11 AM by marcus@primilogic

    Cannot add Coldfusion 10 as a local server to Coldfusion Builder 2


      My computer has the following specs.


      1.  Intel T7200 (Quadcore 1.73Ghz)

      2.  64 GB SSD + 500 GB HDD

      3.  Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit

      4.  4GB RAM


      I installed a fresh copy of Coldfusion 10 on C: drive and a fresh copy of Coldfusion Builder 2.0 on E: drive.


      I followed the directions provided by Adobe to setup a local server and keep on getting "Unable to find JNDI port. Ensure that you have provided correct server information."


      When I change it to a remote server, I can browse the server's objects with CFB 2. 


      I would like to install it as a local server but can't get it to work. 


      Does anybody have any ideas why this might be happening?


      Thanks in advance.