Re: [NTISP] Cold Fusion Server 4.0

Tim Pitman ( )
Thu, 4 Feb 1999 13:39:48 -0600

I posted a question about this the other day, and would appreciate if you
had a little time to walk me through how to setup my server so that the
client of a virtual site has rights to admin is ODBC info (i.e. the
restricteduser) while I, maintain superuser status. I am new to CF and am
not understanding their terminology in the documentation. Your help would
be greatly appreciated.


-----Original Message-----
From: Guy Walker <>
To: <>
Date: Thursday, February 04, 1999 1:30 PM
Subject: Re: [NTISP] Cold Fusion Server 4.0

>If you Install CF Pro on your web server it will process CF templates for
>any site on that machine without any further configuration. It is possible
>to install CF on a stand alone server and have it service requests from
>one or more web servers.
>Advanced Security in CF Pro. 4.0 can be configured to allow three levels
>of Access superuser, poweruser and restricteduser. The restricteduser
>can administer his data sources and verity collections only.
>The enterprise ver of CF adds sandbox security, native db connections,
>clustering and fallback services.
>Guy Walker
>Telmar Internet Services
>Cold Fusion Application Developer
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Tim Pitman <>
>To: <>
>Date: Tuesday, February 02, 1999 1:00 PM
>Subject: [NTISP] Cold Fusion Server 4.0
>>Is anybody using Cold Fusion 4.0 on an NT4 Servier with IIS4.0. I have
>>customers that want use Cold Fusion so I have downloaded the trial version
>>of 4.0 to try and figure out how to configure this for multiple sites. Is
>>this possible with the Pro version, or do I need CF4.0 Enterprise for
>>If I can do this with the Pro version, can I allow some one from each
>>virtual site to administer there own site such as adding ODBC connections,
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