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ColdFusion 10 Enterprise Multiple Server Windows Service Error

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I have installed ColdFusion 10 on Windows 2003 Server with multiple instances.  It is fully patched both CF10 and Windows Updates.  I am using IIS as the web server and I have created multiple instances.  

Now when I try to start the instances using the Windows Service it fails. The dreaded "error code 2" that lends no recommendation.  I'm sure this has something to do with how each instance now uses it's own jvm.config but what needs to be changed?
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I found the fix.

You need to update the jvm.config file to use a different port.

Go to: D:\ColdFusion10\{INSTANCE_NAME}\bin\jvm.config

Change java.args "address=5005" to a unique value like 5006 and so on. save the file and Windows Service should then start.  What this does is prevent a JVM Bind error which prevents the Windows Service from starting.
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