The following are the new features in version 2.10:
NOTE: CMS100 support with Macromedia ColdFusion MX has been put on hold. This has been put on hold because MX does not fully support COM. Ektron will address these MX issues when COM is fully supported by Macromedia ColdFusion MX.
· Acrobat Reader Required
Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view the CMS100 manuals. You can acquire and install a copy of Acrobat Reader from www.adobe.com.
· NTFS Considerations
If your file system is NTFS and your running ASP, you will need to ensure that IIS has write permissions to the upload directories in your CMS100 site. These include uploadedfiles, uploadedimages and databases (only if you are using MS Access).
· MSSQL User Required
If you are using a MS SQL Server database, you will need to ensure that a user from IIS can access the database. By default, the account is usually SystemName\IUSR_SystemName. Depending on your configuration, you will need to either setup an account that has read and write privileges to the CMS100 database or set the user in IIS to a user that already has permissions in the database.