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HTTP file-transfer client to use with IIS FrontPage extensions

Posted on 2001-07-23
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I understand using Front Page with a IIS (with Front Page extensions installed) you  can publish files
directly to the server using HTTP port 80.

I don't wont to use Front Page but need to transfer to the server using HTTP, as our firewall prevents
using FTP.

Does anyone know of a  standalone HTTP transfer client which will work with IIS Front-Page extensions?

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In win 2000 you can just map a webfolder to your frontpage extension server.. Easy !
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ajosphson stated in another open/old question that satisfactory results weren't obtained and would like
to receive a refund and PAQ/close it.  Any objections, or anything further you'd like to add to try
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by:ajosephson
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Thanks for the response.. But I am still looking for a stand-alone solution..
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I have refunded your 60 points for this question, so that you can post a new one to get what you need.

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