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tomcat dies out after reboot when i install it to D: drive

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Hi there;

I have tomcat 6 installation and it runs fine when i first install but then dies out when i reboot my W2008 R2-64 bit machine.

I must install it on D:\Program Files folder (which I created). The Windows service is set to run automatically, but simply doesn't respond when i go for it in my browser. 404 is what i get.

Any trick?

I am unable to send a log. but is this a known issue?

Regards.
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404 means that document was not found, so apparently you hae to processes on same port and first comes gets served.
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I change the port but problem persists.

Regards.
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FULL 404 error text please and ACCESS LOG ENTRIES over localhost.
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Closed as solved by just reinstallation the application again..
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