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  ColdFusion MX on Mac OS X, Part 3
Subject:   password problems
Date:   2002-08-23 10:49:46
From:   dicklacara
Response to: password problems

You need to use the password that you specified during the CFMX install on Linux, rather than the password you specified for the cfmx user you defined when you installed Linux.


Specifically the password you entered in:


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  • password problems
    2002-08-23 11:11:05  jwhanson [View]

    I'm using the password that I typed into the CFMX install. That is why I'm clueless as to what the problem might be.
    • password problems
      2002-08-23 12:25:06  dicklacara [View]

      I posed the question to the CF-Talk list and got the following URL:

      http://www.houseoffusion.com/cf_lists/index.cfm?method=messages&threadid=12847&forumid=4#67340

      The procedure specifies a windows directory structure:

      c:\Program Files\ColdFusionMX\lib\neo-security.xml

      The equivalent for our installation is:

      /opt/coldfusionmx/lib/neo-security.xml

      This will turn Administrator security off & allow you access to the Administrator (after restarting CFMX).

      Once in the Administrator, use the "Security Settings" to enable Administrator Security checking and enter a New password.

      That CF-Talk list is really great!

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