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Install Coldfusion 2016 Standard on Mac OS X Server 5.2 using Sierra

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Has anyone installed Coldfusion 2016 Standard on Mac Server App 5.2 using operating system 10.12.2 Sierra ??

I was running Coldfusion 9 on Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server.  This was on an Xserve.  It took quite a lot of time and trouble

getting the right fixes but it finally worked.  Only, after much troubleshooting and effort.

In fact, I never really got the secure site(https://site) working.  It was too much trouble with Apache and Coldfusion bumping heads all the time.

The newer versions should have some of the trouble reduced.

I'm all ready to go just don't seem to have a clear instruction on how to go about it.

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Install Coldfusion 2016 Standard on Mac OS X Server 5.2 using Sierra

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Has anyone installed Coldfusion 2016 Standard on Mac Server App 5.2 using operating system 10.12.2 Sierra ??

I was running Coldfusion 9 on Mac OS X Snow Leopard Server.  This was on an Xserve.  It took quite a lot of time and trouble

getting the right fixes but it finally worked.  Only, after much troubleshooting and effort.

In fact, I never really got the secure site(https://site) working.  It was too much trouble with Apache and Coldfusion bumping heads all the time.

The newer versions should have some of the trouble reduced.

I'm all ready to go just don't seem to have a clear instruction on how to go about it.

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