In case it wasn't clear, the NTLM changes that Anit referred to apply to <CFSharePoint> and <cfinvoke> when using with SharePoint.
If I could run an activated CFBuilder on my dev system, I probably would. But it requires an internet connection to activate, and my dev network is isolated from the internet, so it's pretty much useless. Does Adobe have any intention of addressing this issue at any point in the near future?
Activation is important and is required for every Adobe product. So, CFB also requires activation.
Understood. But this prevents anyone who has an isolated DEV environment from using it. So, who knows how many people Adobe is preventing from using CFBuilder by requiring an internet connection. It _could_ be activated with some sort of key, which would allow isolated systems to run it.
But that's Adobe's call. Unless/until it can be activated without an internet connection, I cannot use it.
Sort of like when Adobe decided to put CFServer documentation online-only instead of including it in the server installation.