Sometimes when submitting changes on any of the configuration sections on Adobe ColdFusion 2016 Release Administrator, an error is shown that says
There was an error accessing this page. Check logs for more detail.
In the log a new entry appeared that says
There was an error while verifying the token. Either the session timed out or un-authenticated access is suspected.
The solution I found to this is to delete all the cookies, you can delete them with the Web Developer extension with Delete Domain Cookies if the browser is displaying CF Administrator or Delete Session Cookies, with this last one all the sessions you had opened in different sites will be closed.
Then click on "Click here to login" and log in again, now try to make any changes on the CF Administrator and this time you won't be kicked out.
You can delete the cookies also without installing Web Developer, in Chrome, in the top right menu selecting History (Ctrl+H) and then Clear Browsing data on the left menu
finally, check the option Cookies and other site data and press CLEAR DATA
Steps vary depending on the browser you are using, so check the help in your browser on how to delete the cookies, and that will do the trick.
I hope this information save you some time researching for fixes in this odd behavior on Adobe ColdFusion Administrator.