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Is Frontpage 2003 compatible with Server 2000

I have a Windows 2000 server that I use for an Intranet server.  It has Sharepoint loaded on it, the version that came with Frontpage 2002.  For the past year or so, it has worked fine.  Then a week ago, I go to update a hyperlink on the homepage, save the page and lose all some of my Sharepoint utilities.  Specifically the ability to add Lists and Document Libraries to this one page.  Other Sharepoint items in the site work fine as well, but I have not made changes to those pages since this problem has occured.  If I try to create a new page, I cannot add any of the Sharepoint web components.  I upgraded my Frontpage to 2003 to see if that would help resolve, but it didn't.  Whenever I try to use the Sharepoint components, it says "To edit this FrontPage component your Web site must be located on a Web server running Sharpoint Services."

I've checked the server and all services have been extended and are running.  What am I missing?

Thanks for your assistance
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The quickes try is to uninstall them and reinstall them.  If we are going to depend on the message,  then you do not have Sharepoint Services. Maybe for some reasons they got corrupted.  Try uninstalling then reinstalling them.

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