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Scheduled tasks not working after migrating to new server

New Here ,
Oct 06, 2023 Oct 06, 2023

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Good morning, Im hoping to get some help with an issue with CF2021 when migrating to new server. Hoping something simple to look for but since setting up CF on a new box, my schedulede taks no longer work. I keep getting the Connection Failure: Status Code Unavailable. We did nothing different with the install of CF, and dont understand why this isnt working.

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Explorer , Oct 06, 2023 Oct 06, 2023

Ran into something similar on a windows box with sites being served by IIS. If that's what you're on, check the web.config file at your site root/destination folder to see if you're redirecting traffic to https. If yes, change your scheduled task to run using https or - if you don't have a security certificate as it's a new machine - you could create up a rule to match the folder you're calling and add in a rule to match the destination with stopProcessing="true" and action type = "None" - there

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Oct 06, 2023 Oct 06, 2023

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Ran into something similar on a windows box with sites being served by IIS. If that's what you're on, check the web.config file at your site root/destination folder to see if you're redirecting traffic to https. If yes, change your scheduled task to run using https or - if you don't have a security certificate as it's a new machine - you could create up a rule to match the folder you're calling and add in a rule to match the destination with stopProcessing="true" and action type = "None" - there are lots of resources out there on how to do that better than I could explain.  Just a thought.

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Yup, thats what did it for me...thank you so much!!!!!

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Glad it worked! That kind of thing can be maddening. Happy to help when I can.

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