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CFBuilder 2016 and Mapped Drives in Windows 10

Community Beginner ,
Nov 28, 2017 Nov 28, 2017

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Greetings!  After attending the ColdFusion Summit 2017, I was inspired to start using CFBuilder 2016.  Sadly, it appears that I cannot connect to any of our servers using mapped drives on my Windows 10 machine.  Any suggestions?

 

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    Dan

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Community Beginner , Nov 28, 2017 Nov 28, 2017

Embarrassingly enough, I can answer my own question.  Apparently, when installing, local admin privileges are required.  When CFBuilder opens up after installation, it's still running as a local admin.  Closing the program and opening it as a 'normal' user allows CFBuilder to view and access the mapped drives.

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Embarrassingly enough, I can answer my own question.  Apparently, when installing, local admin privileges are required.  When CFBuilder opens up after installation, it's still running as a local admin.  Closing the program and opening it as a 'normal' user allows CFBuilder to view and access the mapped drives.

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