Re: Front page 97

Jeffrey Betts ( (no email) )
Mon, 12 May 1997 21:52:17 -0700

Thanks for the info.over all everyone elses
web pages work great they are like me the
do the page locally then FTP it to the server.
I just can't convince this guy to do it this way
he insists on using front page 97's web publishing
feature. Oh well I downloaded a bunch of docs from
microsofts web hope they help

Thanks Again
From: James C Watts <>
Date: Monday, May 12, 1997 1:06 PM
Subject: Re: Front page 97

>You can map a virual directory like to
> Our user folder is just on c:\ and each user has a webpage folder under
>their personal dir. In IIS you can just map is to that Dir and as long
>they have the right file there (aka default.htm) there should be no
>problem. Now as far as front page, I have no idea. We did have a lot of
>problems getting someone using MSPub to be able to upload from there.
>eventually we got that one fixed.
>At 04:35 PM 5/12/1997 -0400, you wrote:
>>One of the things that most people miss is how it MUST be setup.
>>Virtual directories have to be on the same level as wwwroot
>>under the inetpub directory.
>>Also MS has a minimum permissions site on their site. Sorry,
>>I don't have the url handy.
>>Jeffrey Betts wrote:
>>> Can anyone tell me what rights a person needs
>>> to the directory there web page is in to be able
>>> to upload a web from front page 97 ? The rights
>>> I have on the directory are.Administrators Full Control
>>> Guests Change, IUSR_SERVER1 Change and the
>>> users name Change. I just keep getting errors when
>>> I try to upload. The latest error is "Server Error No Web Named "".
>>> Any help would be great.
>>> Thanks
>>> Jeff Betts
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