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Frontpage trouble

I have an Intranet site that I cannot get working.  People can reach the intranet site, but the users that have access to edit it cannot.  I have the Frontpage server extensions installed, but when I open the web page to edit, the security tab is greyed out(Local Machine). I need users to be able to edit this page.  Any help?
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MCBlair
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gtvingo14Commented:
how are you "opening the page to edit"?
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MCBlairAuthor Commented:
im opening the page through IE, and then editing from there using the edit button.
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MCBlairAuthor Commented:
When I open WEB through FP I get an error saying that the volume is unavailable or the disk is password protected.  Which it is not.
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gtvingo14Commented:
where is the web located? I am assuming that its located on the network, do you have that drive mapped?
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MCBlairAuthor Commented:
Im on the machine where the web is located.  The users edit the page the same way, using the edit button in the browser.  When I open the page to edit, I cannot see the folder list of the web, nor can I give any more permissions.
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seanpowellCommented:
>>The users edit the page the same way, using the edit button in the browser
Not a good idea. You need to use the FP Client to do this.

If you like, I can move your question the the FrontPage area - it would be a better place for it.

Thanks,
Sean
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MCBlairAuthor Commented:
Please do move it if it will help.
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hhammashCommented:
Hi MCBlair,

How is the machine that has the page formatted?  NTFS or Fat32?

If it is FAT32 convert it to NTFS in DOS prompt.

C:\Convert /FS:NTFS

Regards
hhammash
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MCBlairAuthor Commented:
Think I may have figured out the problem.  Dosent look like the FP Server Extensions werent configured in IIS.
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MCBlairAuthor Commented:
I mean dosent look like they were configured
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coreybryantCommented:
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