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Frontpage 2002

I am having difficulties gaining access using frontpage to connect to a Windows 2003 server.
The web server is located in a dmz and is a standalone server.  I am accessing from the domain.

I created a local user account with admin privl.  I can launch frontpage and enter the username and password, but then I receive the following error "The folder 'http://www.mysite.com' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an unavailable location, protected with a password, or the filename contains a / or \".

Help?  Any suggestions?
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vivo123
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rcmbCommented:
You need to get frontpage server extensions installed correctly and ensure your users account has the correct NTFS permissions to access the inetpub/wwwroot directory.

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vivo123Author Commented:
How can I tell if they are installed correctly? I did not receive any errors when installing them.  I am creating a local user account on the standalone server with local admin priv.  When the logon dialog box appears in frontpage I use that local account with admin priv to logon in with

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rcmbCommented:
Open IIS manager and go to the default web site and right click and make sure you have applied server extensions to your site.

Also run the permissions wizard and make sure administrators have rights.

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