ColdFusion setup minipost

There hasn’t been much in work or personal life that lends itself to a lesson. At least, not one that I can write out. I’m still not 100% sure what’s going on when I try to set up a ColdFusion server with IIS. I keep doing something wrong, and I’m not sure what. I do know that I need to install IIS first, obviously, followed by ColdFusion and then MS SQL Server afterwards. There is some option that ColdFusion needs (or maybe a security setting it can’t have) in IIS that I don’t know about yet. It seems like uninstalling IIS completely and making sure every option is checked (except in security, where just Windows and standard authentication are checked) makes it work.

I wish it was as simple as me forgetting ASP.NET or something, but it doesn’t seem to be.

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