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Aug 28, 2015

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I need some help with an error that keeps coming up in the application.log.

The message is:

Aug 28, 2015  1:42 PM  Error  ajp-bio-8014-exec-1  PACT 
Authentication has failed.Please check the logs for more details.s The specific sequence of files included or processed is: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\PACT\index.cfm, line: 3

What does Authentication has failed? It say to check the log files, but this is a log file so that is no help. I  have looked in the other logs, but I don't see anything that would correlate with this error. This is happening several times an hour across all the sites on this server.

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I am running ColdFusion 11 Enterprise edition

Window 2008 r2 server

This is a new server set up. I had all my sites loaded on this server for testing and did not get these errors. Once I made this server available to the public, then I started getting this error.

It appears the sites aren't going down. So the user isn't affected, but I want to know what is causing this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Dawn

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applicaiton.log

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Aug 28, 2015

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I need some help with an error that keeps coming up in the application.log.

The message is:

Aug 28, 2015  1:42 PM  Error  ajp-bio-8014-exec-1  PACT 
Authentication has failed.Please check the logs for more details.s The specific sequence of files included or processed is: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\PACT\index.cfm, line: 3

What does Authentication has failed? It say to check the log files, but this is a log file so that is no help. I  have looked in the other logs, but I don't see anything that would correlate with this error. This is happening several times an hour across all the sites on this server.

Virtual server

I am running ColdFusion 11 Enterprise edition

Window 2008 r2 server

This is a new server set up. I had all my sites loaded on this server for testing and did not get these errors. Once I made this server available to the public, then I started getting this error.

It appears the sites aren't going down. So the user isn't affected, but I want to know what is causing this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Dawn

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Could you show us the code in C:\inetpub\wwwroot\PACT\index.cfm?

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The error is on the <cflogin> tag. Is there anything different on the cflogin between cf 9 and cf 11? The code is copied from a cf 9 site. Which has worked a long time with out errors.

Our server is a new server setup. I don't know much about servers or how to set up ColdFusion properly. So I am learning as I go. What would authentication mean? Does this have anything to do with authenticating the database? Would it have anything to do with SSL? I have googled so much now that I am looking at any possibility.

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