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We currently have FrontPage 98 installed on a NT 4.0 Workstation,  we have created the page and wish to publish it to our intranet server which is running NT 4, with IIS 3.  
None of the books we have make clear how we should complete the dialog boxs in the web publishing wizard.  As we own the server we have all of the information about the   destination.
Our problem could be a setting in our server, but we are not aware of this, each time we try to publish our web we get this message 'unable to connect to FTP host'.
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by:Jagar
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Is the NT Server set up to receive FTPs not just HTTPs
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by:sybe
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Have you installed the FrontPage extensions on the intranet server ?
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Wiz_of_Oz earned 100 total points
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use front page explorer to create a new web onto your web server, or to open the right existing web...
then drag the documents you created with front page editor in the front page explorer window...
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