ColdFusion 9.0.1 Update Now Available

Adobe released update for ColdFusion 9 yesterday. I have installed the update on my server running Windows Server 2008 with IIS 7.

This update now supports running ColdFusion with IIS7 without installing IIS6 Metabase Compatibility. Finally! IIS7 is almost 4 years old!

Download the update from: http://www.adobe.com/support/coldfusion/downloads_updates.html#cf9

Note: If you are running IIS7 with IIS6 Metabase Compatibility, then you'll have to remove IIS6 MC and that will require a restart of the server.

This update is recommended as it includes many bug-fixes and security hot-fixes.

Comments

  1. Hi there

    I've installed 9.0.1 and am having a few issues with the wsconfig.exe. How do you uninstall IIS6 Metabase Compatibility on windows server 2008??

    No where seems to say :(

    Thanks for the help

    Tom Jenkins

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  2. Tom,

    Please read the post on installing ColdFusion 9.0.1 Update here: http://www.codecurry.com/2010/07/installing-coldfusion-901-update.html

    You can follow from steps 4 to 11 to remove IIS 6 Metabase Compatability.

    -Sameer

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  3. Hello , could you please help me figure out what the issue is?
    I had CF 9.0 running on WIn 2008 R2 64 bit and installed the 9.0.1 update as per the instructions. When I used the CF config tool all my sites went down and was left with a 404 error on all sites.
    I went into the applicationhost.config file after much research and found these entries below.
    The first entry was causing the error when I removed it from the config file all my sites started working again. The error said the path was invalid... but the path was good.
    Here are the handlers I found for CF, also are these the correct ones for 9.0.1? Please help..thanks!

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  4. Please look here for the config file:
    http://www.inetdesign.biz/iis7.5-cf-config.htm

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