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I'm trying to work in a web in the Internet through a Wingate server (3.0.5). I'm using FrontPage 2000. If I use the PC with the direct connection to the internet, everything works fine: I need to insert my user/pwd so I can have Author permissions on the web. If I use a PC connected to Wingate, it keeps asking for the user/pwd and is unable to connect.
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Thanks, but that article relates only to the FrontPage security options. Those I'm sure are ok, the problem only occurs when I try to connect through WinGate. Maybe some Wingate configuration?
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What version of Internet Explorer are you running on the machines that use Wingate to get to this Frontpage web.  The reason I ask is because you'll notice in Frontpage that it refers back to the IE Connections tab for it's proxy settings.

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Robert
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IE5. The proxy settings are fine.
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Okay, I figured as much.  So everything works great on the web browser and all is good in Frontpage, except when trying to open a web.  My next question is what operating system are you using on the clients, the wingate server, and also the machine hosting the frontpage web.

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Robert
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to use wingate with fpws
 uninstall fpse
 wingate gatekeeper, www-proxy properties, non-proxy-request tab, pipe request to other server: server=localhost, port=8080
 notepad: open c:\frontpage webs\server\conf\httpd.cnf, change port 80 to: port 8080
 reinstall fpse  

to use wingate with mpws
 uninstall fpse, stop mpws
 wingate gatekeeper, www-proxy properties, non-proxy-request tab, pipe request to other server: server=localhost, port=8080
 regedit: export hkey_local_machine/system/current control set/control/service provider/service types/w3svc/tcpport
 change value to: 901f
 start mpws reinstall fpse  
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sorry, sposed to be an answer:

to use wingate with fpws
 uninstall fpse
 wingate gatekeeper, www-proxy properties, non-proxy-request tab, pipe request to other server: server=localhost, port=8080
 notepad: open c:\frontpage webs\server\conf\httpd.cnf, change port 80 to: port 8080
 reinstall fpse  

to use wingate with mpws
 uninstall fpse, stop mpws
 wingate gatekeeper, www-proxy properties, non-proxy-request tab, pipe request to other server: server=localhost, port=8080
 regedit: export hkey_local_machine/system/current control set/control/service provider/service types/w3svc/tcpport
 change value to: 901f
 start mpws reinstall fpse  


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