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Hi there,
         I have created an Intranet site in Frontpage 2000 for the company i work for. Everything seems to work fine when previewing in browser, all the pages display correctly and the links seem to work ok. In order for me to allow other people in the company to access it i have installed IIS 5.0. I tried copying the Intranet into the "wwwroot" folder to allow other people to see it. When i first run the site everything works ok, anytime after that i lose all the navigation bars and hyperlinks created on the pages and i am left with just the main body of text. If anyone has any ideas on what is causing this or even better how to fix it, if you could let me know it would be much appreciated.

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Did you copy or publish the site to your server?

If you copied the site to the server using Windows Explorer or a FTP client, instead try publishing it to the server using FrontPage.

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Oh, and make sure the server's FrontPage extensions are installed and working properly...

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by:cwbviper
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Hi there CR, thanks for replying.

I copied the site to the server using Windows Explorer. I will try publishing it to the server using FrontPage.

And i have installed the latest FrontPage extensions but i dont know if they are working properly.

Thanks for the help.

Cheers
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Is there anything else I can help with?

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Dont think theres anything else you can help with just now CR. Cheers for the help though, i'll have to remember to try and Accept the answer from no on.
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