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FrontPage stopped asking for user name and password (publishing)

Posted on 2006-11-15
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FrontPage 2002 on WIndows 2000 server.

We recently installed SP4 on this Win 2K production server.

Ever since the upgrade, FrontPage no longer asks users (web site owners/publishers) for their unername and password when they access through FrontPage editor.

Where has this gone wrong and how can it be fixed?
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by:bigbillydotcom
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sounds like corrupted IIS/FPSE
follow these step-by-step guides
http://www.bigbilly.com/bbdc/howto
WARNING: this is a process - please complete the steps in order
skip a step 'cause you think it's not needed and none of it will help
good luck
let me know if you have any questions
thanks
billy

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by:forethoughtnet
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Nope. sorry no help there.

I found the answer, very simple, for some reason the IUSR account was not included in  the "browser" group. But was in the admin group. I have found no reason for this other than in grneral FrontPage sucks, is full of holes and it seems you can never get a good answer since the problems it gets into ara all unique.

Didn't see any help in your answer, This was on Win 2k FP 2002 anyway. A long established productioon server that i not a new or re-install.

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sorry i couldnt help
congrats
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