Protecting Data and Passwords

Frontpage 2000 is great fun, however I am unable to access the security section to restrict access. No matter what I do it seems to be greyed out. Tried help but it says I don't have to do anything special. I installed the administrator tools etc from the disk but no good. Also (sorry), can I make a hyperlink to another site that requires a password to be entered to keep unwanted people out in front page?

Thanks for your input....
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mgoergenCommented:
Best protection is using your webserver for this job. FP himself could do this job. What you descripes are the rights to edit the sites.

How to protect files or directories depends on your webserver.
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