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Failure to connect to http://webserver/cfide/mib/serverinfo.cfm

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I am running Server 2003 with Coldfusion 5.  In the Application event log on the server I keep getting this error:

AllaireMIB - Failure to connect to url http://webserver/cfide/mib/serverinfo.cfm (where webserver is the name of the actual server)

Does anyone know what this is?
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Have you moved admin to a port other than 80?
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No, not that I'm aware of.
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Have you checked to verify that the file it is looking for is actually on the server?

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It is located on the server where it should be, but I think that Cold Fusion is looking at the wrong web root directory.  I put a copy of the file in another location and we'll see what happens.  Thanks for leading me down the right path!
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