FrontPage 98 on Windows 2000

I recently upgraded my NT 4.0 machine to Windows 2000 Professional (RC2) just for fun.  The web pages I created are still accessible on our intranet here at work.  The active server pages still work fine.

I can't create any new webs with FrontPage, nor can I edit any of the Active Server Pages.  I've reinstalled FrontPage 98, but when I try to create a new web, it says that it can't create a certain folder.  When I try to edit some of the Active Server Pages, it just doesn't pull up the Page editor.  

What gives?
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You probably need to re-install the FP98 server extensions on those webs...when you install Office 2000 it either updates the server extensions with FP2000 extensions...or trashes them altogether...
It is also a VERY GOOD IDEA to disable LM Authentication in NT Services before you do the Office 2000 upgrade...ESPECIALLY if you are running IE4 at the time...

Consider using FP2000... it's quite an improvement over FP98...


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I was saying "Office 2000"...but meaning "anything M$2000"

IronFootAuthor Commented:
You're right.  I've got FP2000 on order now.  I'll try to add the server extentions.  Thanks!
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