Cannot access CF Administrator single-user license after trial period expired for multi-user license, using wrong server IP address
Posted on 2004-04-07
I purchased the Web Developer Version of ColdFusion Server 5. This comes with a multi-user license for a 30-day trial period which then is supposed to revert to a single user license. (I had some difficulty with my Windows 2000 Server setup that I just resolved. I finally have NO DNS or DHCP ot W32Time error messages! Please ask for more info on that if you think it may be related.)
The 30-day trial period ended and when I try to access the CF Administrator I get this error:
Access is Restricted to this ColdFusion Service.
The evaluation license for this copy of Macromedia ColdFusion has expired. The ColdFusion server is currently configured to accept requests exclusively from IP address 192.168.0.87. (Your request was made from 127.0.0.1.) The ColdFusion engine must be stopped and restarted to reset the permitted IP address.
Cold Fusion is running and shows as Started in Services utility. The IP address for the server where I've installed ColdFusion IS 192.168.0.87. And since I'm on the same machine it is also 127.0.0.1. I've stopped and restrated the ColdFusion engine, to no avail. What I want to do is install and access CF Server on 192.168.0.87 and develop web sites on 192.168.0.1. The web sites and pages will be stored on the server (192.168.0.87).