Just forgot to mention this is on MacOS X 10.7
Thank you for your post.
First, try to redeploy from the Admin Console by editing server deployment. If the error persists, then setting the Apache configuration file back to default might be a good next step.
To accomplish this, show hidden files:
- Open Terminal
- Type “defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE”
- Hold the Option key, click and hold on Finder in the dock, choose “relaunch.”
To reverse this, follow the same steps only replace “TRUE” with “FALSE.”
Next, locate the Apache configuration file. Go to Folder: /private/etc/apache2 and you will see a file named “httpd.conf” and a file named “httpd.conf.default.” You can reset Apache to its default by removing the “httpd.conf” file and renaming the “httpd.conf.default” file to “httpd.conf.” You will need to redeploy the server for these changes to take effect.
This is a solution that worked.