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Is Windows Server "Server Core" installation option supported?

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Is there an official statement from Adobe as to whether Windows Server "Server Core" installation option is supported or not?

The "Server Core" installation option is not listed on the ColdFusion product support page, https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/coldfusion2018-support-matrix.pdf.

But then "Server Core" installation option is not a product edition, it is an install option available to Datacentre and Standard editions of Windows Server:

  • What is Server Core? | Microsoft Docs
  • "The Server Core option is a minimal installation option that is available when you are deploying the Standard or Datacenter edition of Windows Server."

And both of those editions are supported by ColdFusion.

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Is Windows Server "Server Core" installation option supported?

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Is there an official statement from Adobe as to whether Windows Server "Server Core" installation option is supported or not?

The "Server Core" installation option is not listed on the ColdFusion product support page, https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/coldfusion2018-support-matrix.pdf.

But then "Server Core" installation option is not a product edition, it is an install option available to Datacentre and Standard editions of Windows Server:

  • What is Server Core? | Microsoft Docs
  • "The Server Core option is a minimal installation option that is available when you are deploying the Standard or Datacenter edition of Windows Server."

And both of those editions are supported by ColdFusion.

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I'm not aware of any official statement. But I don't see why it wouldn't work. You'd need to install CF from the command line, You obviously wouldn't be able to configure CF via the browser on the server, since you don't have a browser.

Dave Watts, Fig Leaf Software

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