Hi, I recently got caught out trying to add advanced scheduling (Which I didn’t know was an enterprise feature) to scheduled tasks on a standard installation of ColdFusion. I had not encountered any issues during the development stage as the developer edition provides all the features of Enterprise. Is there a way to disable enterprise features in developer edition to better replicate the functionality of a standard licence instead? For reference, this is for CF 11. Thanks!
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