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I must be doing something stupid. I have Apache on Win xp with the documentroot in httpd.conf set to <Directory "C:/Sync Files/Differential/WebPages">. I have index.html located at
     c:/Sync Files//Differential/WebPages/html/siefast/group/

In IE 7.0, I type in /html/siefast/group/index.html in the url box, and get "invalid address".

Ideas?

Thanks, Bill
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You should be typing in

http://localhost/html/siefast/group/
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That was the trick, thanks. Bill
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