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By sri_basrur ·
How to enable the cold fusion support on IIS server,Do I have to configure the MIME type,if yes then how should i go about it?

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by JC_lad In reply to Cold fusion support on II ...

After installation, Cold Fusion takes care of associating all relevant files, including the .cfm templates.

If you don't have any problem with the CF installation, you shouln't have any problem with IIS. However, in the case the .cfm templates are not executed, you should go the website properties in the IIS console, in the "Home Directory" tab, make sure the website has execute permissions for scripts.

You can also check the configuration (you get there by clicking the configuration button on the same page), where "App Mappings" should contain a line for CF scripts, if you don't have it, it can be added:

Executable: c:\cfusion\bin\iscf.dll
Extension: .cfm

That should do the trick.

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by gutridgesj In reply to Cold fusion support on II ...

have you tried the faq's at MS and Cold fusion sites?

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