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Here's a pretty late reply (I hope you discovered a solution!)
I don't know why you have to get out of MMC to see the site (that sounds
like a bug in the program, unfortunately). But the experience I've had with
FrontPage makes me think it's a permissions issue. For some reason, could
the permissions on your new web directory be excluding the anonymous account
(IUSR_Machinename)? If you install the FrontPage extensions on a directory
that doesn't grant access to anonymous users, then they will be excluded
after installing the extensions too.

That's pretty obvious advice, I suppose, but I guess it can't hurt to say

Webjogger Internet Services

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Lube <>
To: <>
Date: Tuesday, September 15, 1998 7:20 PM
Subject: IIS4 laments (again)

>Okay, my IIS4 box is really having problems now. When I create a new site
>using the MMC I have to close out of the darned thing to see it. Then if I
>attempt to set FrontPage extensions on the site the files copy, but I
>cannot access the site.
>Any ideas?
>Brian Lube
>System Administrator