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On frontpage:? <!--#exec cgi="/scripts/ncm/news.exe?lst0"-->

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How do I do this:
<!--#exec cgi="/scripts/ncm/news.exe?lst0"-->
on a FrontPage server?
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You can't, of the Microsoft servers, it only works on IIS4
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