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I have a small LAN, where I have one NT server and a few workstations. On this LAN is a intranet server running on the NT-server (4.0). I like to administer the pages from this site not on the server but on a other compter in the LAN.
Thoses pages are created in Frontpage 97, but i can't setup the remote server in frontpage on a other computer.
Is there a way to do this ?
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Befor you can publish a web to a target-server you have to install the FrontPage Server Extentions on target-server. Furthermore you have to install FrontPage on your target-server too.

You can download the FP SE from the Mircosoft Homepage:
http://www.mircosoft.com


To publish a web load it and then look for the windows menu-bar: File/Publish Web. Then you get a dialog: Enter the target-server and the name of the web on the target server. FrontPage will then update the server there. It will only upload the files which have changed.

I work this way for quite sometimes and it works very good.

If you have further questions feel free to call up agian.

Regards Ian

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Thanks ... this works fine.

Bye Bye .....
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