I've been asked to install Coldfusion 10 Enterprise on a server.
We have a Coldfusion 10 Enterprise upgrade key.
I'm having a hard time to find a place at adobe.com to downlaod the install file.
Finally I downloaded the trial, hoping it would also be the enterprise version after entering the key.
From previous installation documentation of our Coldfusion 8 and 9 servers, during installation, after the screen where the serial is eneterd, I expected to get a screen where I can choose 1.Server configuration 2. Enterprise multiserver configuration or 3. J2EE configuration.
With the downloaded ColdFusion_10_WWEJ_win64.exe I only get the choices Server and JEE.
Do I have the wrong download, or is the Enterprise option left away in the Installation wizard?
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Instead of JRun, Tomcat is embedded with a stand-alone ColdFusion 10 installation. Previous versions of ColdFusion installer allow you to create multi-server installations whereas ColdFusion 10 installer lets you only install stand-alone installation. After installing ColdFusion in stand-alone mode(server configuration), you can create multiple instances and clusters, provided you have an Enterprise or Developer license.
So in CF 10, you will only find 2 options : 1.Server configuration 2. J2EE configuration.