Error: 1

Error occurred. Unable to alter the registry. Use the ColdFusion Administrator to check to make sure that the CFREGISTRY tag is enabled for the server or that the ColdFusion Administrator directory is in the list of directories excluded from tag restrictions and reload this page.

If this error is not resolved by changing those settings, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 2

Error occurred. Unable to locate the files used to restart the services. Please ensure that files called smrestart1.bat through smrestart4.bat exist on your server in the expected directory (the securitywizard subdirectory of the ColdFusion Administrator directory).
Also verify that net.exe exists in the System32 subdirectory of your Windows installation directory. Reload this page to attempt an automatic restart of the services again, or manually stop and restart the SiteMinder Authentication Service and the SiteMinder Authorization Service.

If those steps do not resolve the issue, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 3

Error occurred. Unable to locate the files used to restart the services. Please ensure that files called smrestart1.bat through smrestart4.bat exist on your server in the expected directory (the securitywizard subdirectory of the ColdFusion Administrator directory).
Also verify that net.exe exists in the System32 subdirectory of your Windows installation directory. Reload this page to attempt an automatic restart of the services again, or manually stop and restart the SiteMinder Authentication Service and the SiteMinder Authorization Service.

If those steps do not resolve the issue, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 4

Error occurred: #cfcatch.type#.
#cfcatch.message#

Unable to automatically restart the services. Please ensure that a file called smrestart.bat exists on your server in the expected directory (the securitywizard subdirectory of the ColdFusion Administrator directory). Also verify that net.exe exists in the System32 subdirectory of your Windows installation directory. Reload this page to attempt an automatic restart of the services again, or manually stop and restart the SiteMinder Authentication Service and the SiteMinder Authorization Service.

If those steps do not resolve the issue, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 5

Error occurred. The attempt to set the password failed. The most likely causes are an incorrect username or password in the definition of the datasource, or a missing table definition in the database. Verify the username/password used by the ODBC connection, and/or use your database server's native tools to verify that the base tables have been created.

You may reload this page to attempt an automatic reset of the password again, or manually change the SiteMinder password at a command line with #binDir#smreg.exe -tu charlie.

If these steps cannot be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 6

Error occurred. Unable to locate the utility used to set the password (smreg.exe) in the expected directory (the BIN subdirectory of the ColdFusion installation location).
If smreg.exe has been removed as a security precaution, please return it to #binDir# and reload this page to attempt an automatic reset of the password again, or manually change the SiteMinder password at a command line with smreg.exe -tu charlie.

If neither of those steps can be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 7

Error occurred. Unable to activate the smreg.exe tool used to set the password. The username and password under which the ColdFusion Application Server service is running may not have adequate security rights to launch the tool. Temporarily changing the ColdFusion Application Server service to run as a user in the Power Users or Administrators group for this server and restarting the service will usually give it the necessary security rights. Note: running ColdFusion as a Power User or Administrator may be a security risk. Do this change temporarily, or skip the change and reset the password manually at a command line by running smreg.exe -tu charlie.

If neither of those steps can be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 8

Error occurred: #cfcatch.type#.
#cfcatch.message#

Unable to automatically set the password. Please ensure that a file called smreg.exe exists on your server in the expected directory (#binDir#), and that the administrator/securitywizard directory is not read-only. You may reload this page to attempt an automatic reset of the password again, or manually change the password at a command line by locating and running smreg.exe with the arguments -tu charlie.

If those steps do not resolve the issue, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 9

Error occurred. The utility used to import the default policy and agent information (smimport.exe) has not completed in the allotted time.
Enter a time in minutes into the "Timeout" box below and click the "Retry" button if you would like to attempt this import again with a timeout of the specified number of minutes. Alternatively, you may wish to perform this step manually at a command line with #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs1#, followed by #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs2#.

If neither of those steps can be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 10

Error occurred. Unable to locate the utility used to import the default policy and agent information (smimport.exe) in the expected directory (the BIN subdirectory of the ColdFusion installation location).
If smimport.exe has been removed as a security precaution, please return it to #binDir# and reload this page to attempt an automatic import of the default policy and agent information again, or manually import default policy and agent information at a command line with #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs1#, followed by #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs1#.

If neither of those steps can be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 11

Error occurred. Unable to activate the smimport.exe tool used to import the default policy and agent information. The username and password under which the ColdFusion Application Server service is running may not have adequate security rights to launch the tool. Temporarily changing the ColdFusion Application Server service to run as a user in the Power Users or Administrators group for this server and restarting the service will usually give it the necessary security rights. Note: running ColdFusion as a Power User or Administrator may be a security risk. Do this change temporarily, or skip the change and manually import default policy and agent information at a command line with #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs1#, followed by #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs1#.

If neither of those steps can be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 12

Error occurred: #cfcatch.type#.
#cfcatch.message#

Unable to automatically import the default policy and agent information. Please ensure that a file called smimport.exe exists on your server in the expected directory (#binDir#), and that the administrator/securitywizard directory is not read-only. You may reload this page to attempt an automatic import of the default policy and agent information again, or manually import default policy and agent information at a command line with #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs1#, followed by #binDir#smimport.exe #impargs1#.

If those steps do not resolve the issue, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 14

Error occurred. The attempt to set the password in SiteMinder failed. The most likely causes are an incorrect username or password in the definition of the datasource, or a missing table definition in the database. Verify the username/password used by the ODBC connection, and/or use your database server's native tools to verify that the base tables have been created.

You may reload this page to attempt an automatic reset of the password again, or manually change the SiteMinder password at a command line with #binDir#smreg.exe -tu (your new password).


Error: 18

Error occurred. Unable to locate the utility used to set the password (smreg.exe) in the expected directory (the BIN subdirectory of the ColdFusion installation location).
If smreg.exe has been removed as a security precaution, please return it to #binDir# and reload this page to attempt an automatic reset of the password again, or manually change the SiteMinder password with the ColdFusion Administrator and then at a command line with smreg.exe -tu (your new password).

If those steps cannot be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 19

Error occurred. Unable to activate the smreg.exe tool used to set the password. The username and password under which the ColdFusion Application Server service is running may not have adequate security rights to launch the tool. Temporarily changing the ColdFusion Application Server service to run as a user in the Power Users or Administrators group for this server and restarting the service will usually give it the necessary security rights. Note: running ColdFusion as a Power User or Administrator may be a security risk. Do this change temporarily, or skip the change and reset the password manually with the ColdFusion Administrator and then at a command line by running smreg.exe -tu (your new password).

If neither of those steps can be performed, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.


Error: 20

Error occurred: #cfcatch.type#.
#cfcatch.message#

Unable to automatically set the password. Please ensure that a file called smreg.exe exists on your server in the expected directory (#binDir#), and that the administrator/securitywizard directory is not read-only. You may reload this page to attempt an automatic reset of the password again, or manually change the password at a command line by locating and running smreg.exe with the arguments -tu (your new password).

If those steps do not resolve the issue, you will instead need to complete this migration manually, as documented here.