While setting up confluence to connect to a MS SQL DB using the bundled JDBX connection and drivers we received the following error:
We followed the install instructions exactly from what I can tell.... any insight to how to resolve would be appreciated.
That "unable to clean" error almost always means you've (accidentally) changed the ownership of part of the installation, either by running it as a different user, or by trying to "be secure". Check ownership and permissions and that you're running Confluence as the user you intend to permanently.
We have Confluence set up to Run as a windows Service using the system account. I checked the Confluence folder security and the local administrator & System have full access to the directory structure
By "system account" do you mean what you later call "System"?
Could there be something else locking or reading the files in there?
(The usual advice is to run Confluence as a dedicated, minimally privileged user, but that's a minor point and I don't think it matters here)
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