ColdFusion Builder 2016 on Windows 7 works with mapped drives. When setting up a ColdFusion Project and/or ColdFusion Server, the browse buttons can see the mapped drives and/or one can use UNC paths which are found. On Windows 10 Pro 64-bit this is not the case. No mapped drives can be viewed and UNC paths cannot be found.
I have tried several versions of Java JRE with Eclipse Mars (4.6.2) and ColdFusion Builder 2016 plugin. And I have also tried the ColdFusion Builder 2016 stand-alone install.
Is this a bug, or can someone tell me how to make this work?
Hi. Were you ever able to make this work? I'm having the same issue and cannot find a solution.
I was able to setup everything with FusionDebug, which circumvents setting up ColdFusion Builder. FusionDebug is made by Intergral and is worth every penny, when using Eclipsed-base editors. I got Fusion Debug working with CommandBox too, no CF Server install is necessary. CommandBox is made by Ortus Solutions.
I had a similar problem, and found out that when running CFBuilder 2016 as a local administrator, I didn't have access to the mapped drives. Changing to a non-administrator role restored access to them.