Sorry but till I couldn't sign in to create a ticket.After login to the
site (I see "Welcome Tuan Dang" on the top right hand), I click on
Create a support ticket.A pop-up dialog is shown up, I enter my Adobe ID
(my email) and password. But after some seconds, the pop-up is shown
again to require me to enter credentials!!!Many thank for your help but
I think I will stop finding a bug-fix for the problem!Thank you!!!!!!
Fraser Goffin wrote...Tuan Dang wrote...Thank you very very much 😄 I
have the same problem. Followed the instructions exactly and the service
installs but just won't start.Did you raise a ticket ?Fraser. I don't
raise yet. I followed the above instruction but when I click on "create
a support ticket" link, I am prompted to enter credentials! I entered
Adobe ID but can't login[img]adobe require credentials.PNG[/img]
I'm sorry for my bad English!Do you mean that I should create a ticket
? If so, how to create? Could you please let me know?Thank a lot!
I followed the document at
and Starting Adobe Experience Manager as a Windows Servicewhere there
are some notes for Windows 64bit. And it is not starting.Please help me
check it. Thank you a lot!!!
One year ago I installed successfully CQ5 as a windows service under
Windows 7 32bit. After that I've switched to Windows 7 **64bit**.
Currently I have a project using CQ5 so I install again it (under Window
64bit). CQ5 starts fine with `crx-quickstart/bin/start.bat` using
command line. Also I don't see any problem when installing as service
with the command `instsrv.bat cq5`: Installing service cq5 runs in