N/APosted on - 04/14/2012
I am running ColdFusion 8 under Windows Server 2008. The problem is ColdFusion is running under a domain application account rather than the default local. Which means, failed templates will keep active requests open. What permission setting can I do to resolve this issue?
ColdFusion Running in Non-Default Service Account
I am going to explain something about to solve your problem.
You should remember this if we have a CFM page and it connects to a BD via query tag and for some reasons errors occurred in query.
So if you want the permissions settings that may be helpful to you for the templates will keep active requests open. Actually we had limited permissions which are only read and write permissions for the account on Cold Fusion directory. So when you are able to change the full control, your problem will be solved.
Here are the links, there also helpful for you.