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using FrontPage in Network Environment

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We have a network of about 10 machines, all of these machines have FrontPage 2000 installed, when trying to launch it any machine, the program launches but then when we try to open a web, create a web, Front Page shuts down, happens on all machines many times. Once we disconnect the machine from the network and try to create a web it works fine.
What could be the reason for this?
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I had a similar problem.  What I did was reinstall FP and install it locally as an administrator.  Then launched it and it worked fine.  Hope this works.
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