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i'm using iis3.0 with frontpg 97, i just want to open the web on the web server, i get the following error:
Server Error:INI File "" section "Port 80" not found

anybody have a clue?
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It sounds to me like you haven't enabled access on the common port for HTTP requests port 80. Have you set the server to a different port and not changed the conf files?

Regards,

Jason
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Nothing is wrong on the server side because I tested it, it seems to be something with front page. I took a look at the frontpage.ini but I coudlnt figure out what to do with the ports.

thanks,
arthur

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Could you post the ini file here for me and I will take a look or alternatively email it to me at jasons@aone.com.au,

Regards,

Jason
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