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Tryin to open the .Net Development Environment, but I receive a Frontpage error............

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When trying to open a *.sln file, I receive the following error dialog:

Frontpage has detected a webserver conflict on Port 80, which has server extensions for the FrontPage Personal Web Server but is running a Microsoft-IIS/5.0 server.  FrontPage requires that you install the FrontPage Server Extensions on this new server before using it.........

I followed the instructions show in the help assistant, but when I run the frontPage Server Administration I receive the following message:

There's a newer version of the server extensions on this machine.
To configure these extensions use the Server Extensions Administrator on the Internet Service Manager, but I don't know where to find it........ is it over Administrative Tools?  If it is the case, I don't have it listed.......

Thanks for your help.
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You can open IIS management snap-in directly (%SystemRoot%\System32\inetsrv\iis.msc) or access it from Computer Management snap-in (Start>Run>compmgmt.msc> Services)

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