Manually configuring Internet Information Services 7 connector with ColdFusion

ColdFusion can be set up in a distributed environment, meaning that the ColdFusion is on a different physical machine than the web server. In a distributed environment, the connector is installed on the server hosting the web server and this server sends the request across the network to the remote server hosting ColdFusion .

ColdFusion comes with a Web Server Configuration Tool for connecting to external web servers. Usually, you copy the wsconfig.jar file to the web server machine and run the web server in a configuration where it refers to the remote server hosting ColdFusion. There may be occasions, however, when the Web Server Configuration Tool doesn’t work properly, for example, due to a firewall or network security restrictions. Should this happen, you can still configure the connector manually. This article demonstrates the steps required for manually configuring connections to Internet Information Services 7 websites in a distributed environment.

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