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Delete files from domain server

Using a host that accepts Front Page publishing. How can I view the website remotely from my ISP and rename or delete files and even download remove them from my domain using my IP address, user id, and password ?
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You may want to download some shareware FTP programs. Ipswitch, Inc. (http://www.ipswitch.com) has WSFTP and http://www.yrsoft.com/vftp/vftp.htm has Drag and Drop FTP.  These programs allow you to do everything that you seem to want.  And they are very user friendly.
optical1Author Commented:
The host said I cannot use wsFTP nor CUTEftp using FTP access I can only use the Front Page publishing.  How...
I would like to delete and download files from my domain.
you have to delete unnessary files from your PC then publish it to your server using FP .. it will delete automaticaaly the unnesssary files from your site.

Advice: "its best for you to change your host server"
optical1Author Commented:
Everything in the Client as the source is the reference and if not there it will be deleted on the Domain Server ?  How do I access Webtrends .log files ? < What about this ?
FrontPage can be used just like a FTP....When you start the program the "Getting Started" box should popup...Select the "More webs" button.....Then just type in the IP address and select "list webs".....Your domain should popup in the lower box, either as "domain.com" or "<ROOT>" select it and hit OK.....Then you should be prompted for your login and password....Thats it, now you can create pages or delete files, right on your server.....Billbo27
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