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Getting Frontpage Extensions to work on Windows 2003 SBS

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I am trying to get frontpage extensions to work on a Windows 2003 SBS Server.

I have never worked with frontpage extensions before, so i'm not sure exactly what to do.

I went in and added them through add/remove programs but that did not help.

I am using Frontpage 2003 to create the website, so not sure if there is an update for 2003 or not.

The error I get is:

FrontPage Run-Time Component Page

You have submitted a form or followed a link to a page that requires a web server and the FrontPage Server Extensions to function properly.

This form or other FrontPage component will work correctly if you publish this web to a web server that has the FrontPage Server Extensions installed.
Click the <Back> arrow to return to the previous page.

I've read some different articles and haven't been able to figure out anything yet.

Thanks,

Patrick

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Hello truth_talker,

already read this?
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301071

Regards,

suppsaws
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THat seemed to help.

Patrick
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