I tried to to use the Software Update to check for updates to Flash Builder 4.5, but i got an error message
“Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency”
Listed against these components
- Adobe Data Modelling Core Components
- RDS Core and Database Components
I suspect these may be a result of installing ColdFusion Builder 2 within the same Eclipse install.
Either way, turns out others have had this exact same issue and the following Adobe forum post contains the answer
I couldn’t successfully access a new FTP site setup under IIS on Windows Server 2008 R2 from other machines. It turns out the the default FTP firewall rules don’t actually work all that well, or at all.
Running the following from the command line added in a seemingly unnecessary rule
netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name=”FTP-In (no SSL)” action=allow protocol=TCP dir=in localport=21
But after a reboot, remote access to the FTP server was fine.
As gleamed from the following forum post
So I was trying to push some files out from a hosted server today and while i could get files from the remote FTP site, i couldn’t upload, create directories or delete anything on the remote server.
Once i realised that i had no problem doing that from my laptop, i realised the culprit was most likely the ISA 2006 server that was sitting in front of the hosted server.
After a little digging around i found that while the outbound FTP access rule was configured, ISA Server 2006 makes it Read Only by default. Once you’ve setup the rule, make sure you right-click, Configure FTP and remove Read-Only to get full FTP access.
Get the full detail thanks to the wonder of Google here: http://darrenmyher.wordpress.com/2011/05/26/ftp-550-access-is-denied-error/
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This is what my drink used to look like
My plans for this evening… #yeehaw
Ye olde timey wooden mushroom
The spaceship has landed #thisisfridaynight