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WIN SERVER 2003 HOW TO INSTALL FRONTPAGE 2002 SERVER EXTENSIONS

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BELOW IS EXACT RIGHT ANSWER FOR WIN XP PRO

NEED THE SAME INFO. REGARDING O.S. WIN SERVER 2003


PLEASE HELP

THANK YOU

JOHN


for XP

Click Start, and then click Run.
In the Open box, type mmc, and then click OK.
On the Console menu, click Add/Remove Snap-in.
Click Add.
Click Internet Information Services, and then click Add.
Click Close, and then click OK.
In the console tree, expand Internet Information Server, and then expand the computer icon.
Right-click Default Web Site, click All Tasks, and then click Check Server Extensions.

The new MMC file connects to the FrontPage Server Extensions.
On the File menu, click Save, and then quit MMC.

 
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First you have to make sure IIS and the Frontpage are installed via the Add/Remove Programs --> Windows Components.  Then you should click on Application server and click details then click IIS and click details.  Make sure Frontpage Extensions is checked and hit OK and ok on all open windows and let it install.  Then goto Administrative Tools and click on IIS snap-in then expand the computername on the left by clicking the + sign.  You should now see a Web Service Extensions folder.  Click on it and select to allow any of these extensions you want in particular the Frontpage one.  If you want to check that it is working properly right click on default website and goto all tasks --> Check Frontpage extensions and it should bring up a webpage that you can check detect on the check boxes and OK and it will tell you if they are working right.

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