I have two ColdFusion 9 servers installed on two separate Windows 2008R2 with IIS 7.5. These two ColdFusion servers execute the same cmf pages located on a third server. With the two IIS servers, when I create a web site, the “physical path” is “ \\10.100.100.14\wwwroot” (network directory) instead of “C:\wwwroot” (local directory) and it runs like a charm.
I’ve just received my new ColdFusion 10 enterprise license and I’ve installed it on a new Windows 2008R2 + IIS 7.5 server and I've added a web site as usual : physical path is “ \\10.100.100.14\wwwroot”.
ColdFusion 10 refuses to load my cfm pages, it always returns a “File not found” error when these pages are located on my network directory (I have a “Jakarta” virtual directory installed at the root of the the web site) ???
Coldfusion 10 runs perfectly the same web site if the cfm pages are located in a local directory (local to CF and IIS, on the same server) ?????
Have you made sure that the ColdFusion service is running as a domain account that has at least "read" access to the server where the files are stored? Also, is the "File not found" error a ColdFusion error or an IIS error?
Totally true. Yesterday I remembered my CF 9 application service were executed with a specific security account and not with the system default security account. I've changed the security account for my CF10 application service and it works perfectly. Regards.