can't publish to local host


M

marc

I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage server
extentions.
when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that doesn't
either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before localhost didn't
work):

"Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear to
have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions installed.
2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings may be
incorrect.
4.an error may have occured in the web server.
If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or WebDav.
Please select one of these options and try again"

What am I doing wrong?
 
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Rob Giordano [MS MVP]

not sure what you are trying to do.

if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it in FP
Open FP
File | Open Site
http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere

or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local server?
 
M

marc

I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I want to
publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server extentions on Vista.
I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the extentions, and
tried to publish same message.
 
T

Tom [Pepper] Willett

Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
:I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I want to
: publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server extentions on
Vista.
: I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the extentions,
and
: tried to publish same message.
:
: "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
:
: > not sure what you are trying to do.
: >
: > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it in
FP
: > Open FP
: > File | Open Site
: > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: >
: > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
server?
: >
: >
: >
: > --
: > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > Rob Giordano
: > Microsoft MVP Expression
: >
: >
: >
: >
: >
: >
: > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage server
: > > extentions.
: > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
doesn't
: > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before localhost
: > > didn't
: > > work):
: > >
: > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear to
: > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions installed.
: > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings may
be
: > > incorrect.
: > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
WebDav.
: > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > >
: > > What am I doing wrong?
: > >
: >
: >
 
M

marc

No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to my
local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I can't
just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer, and
type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I know it
would work if I could only get it in there.
 
T

Tom [Pepper] Willett

I know you created a web site in FrontPage. But, was it a disk-based web or
a server based web? What path do you use to open it when you're working on
it.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to my
: local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I
can't
: just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer, and
: type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I know it
: would work if I could only get it in there.
:
: "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
:
: > Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > ---------------------------
: > : > :I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I want
to
: > : publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server extentions on
: > Vista.
: > : I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the
extentions,
: > and
: > : tried to publish same message.
: > :
: > : "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: > :
: > : > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > : >
: > : > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it
in
: > FP
: > : > Open FP
: > : > File | Open Site
: > : > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > : >
: > : > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
: > server?
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : > --
: > : > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > : > Rob Giordano
: > : > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : > : > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
server
: > : > > extentions.
: > : > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
: > doesn't
: > : > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
localhost
: > : > > didn't
: > : > > work):
: > : > >
: > : > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > : > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear
to
: > : > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > : > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
installed.
: > : > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > : > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings
may
: > be
: > : > > incorrect.
: > : > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > : > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > : > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
: > WebDav.
: > : > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > : > >
: > : > > What am I doing wrong?
: > : > >
: > : >
: > : >
: >
: >
: >
 
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M

marc

It was a web based on my harddisk (Local computer)

Tom [Pepper] Willett said:
I know you created a web site in FrontPage. But, was it a disk-based web or
a server based web? What path do you use to open it when you're working on
it.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to my
: local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I
can't
: just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer, and
: type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I know it
: would work if I could only get it in there.
:
: "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
:
: > Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > ---------------------------
: > : > :I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I want
to
: > : publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server extentions on
: > Vista.
: > : I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the
extentions,
: > and
: > : tried to publish same message.
: > :
: > : "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: > :
: > : > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > : >
: > : > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it
in
: > FP
: > : > Open FP
: > : > File | Open Site
: > : > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > : >
: > : > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
: > server?
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : > --
: > : > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > : > Rob Giordano
: > : > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : > : > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
server
: > : > > extentions.
: > : > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
: > doesn't
: > : > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
localhost
: > : > > didn't
: > : > > work):
: > : > >
: > : > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > : > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear
to
: > : > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > : > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
installed.
: > : > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > : > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings
may
: > be
: > : > > incorrect.
: > : > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > : > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > : > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
: > WebDav.
: > : > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > : > >
: > : > > What am I doing wrong?
: > : > >
: > : >
: > : >
: >
: >
: >
 
T

Tom [Pepper] Willett

One last time. What path do you use to open it.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: It was a web based on my harddisk (Local computer)
:
: "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
:
: > I know you created a web site in FrontPage. But, was it a disk-based web
or
: > a server based web? What path do you use to open it when you're working
on
: > it.
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > ---------------------------
: > : > : No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to
my
: > : local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I
: > can't
: > : just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer,
and
: > : type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I
know it
: > : would work if I could only get it in there.
: > :
: > : "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
: > :
: > : > Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
: > : > --
: > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > : > ---------------------------
: > : > : > : > :I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I
want
: > to
: > : > : publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server
extentions on
: > : > Vista.
: > : > : I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the
: > extentions,
: > : > and
: > : > : tried to publish same message.
: > : > :
: > : > : "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: > : > :
: > : > : > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > : > : >
: > : > : > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just
open it
: > in
: > : > FP
: > : > : > Open FP
: > : > : > File | Open Site
: > : > : > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > : > : >
: > : > : > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your
local
: > : > server?
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : > --
: > : > : > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > : > : > Rob Giordano
: > : > : > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : > : > : > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded
FrontPage
: > server
: > : > : > > extentions.
: > : > : > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now
that
: > : > doesn't
: > : > : > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
: > localhost
: > : > : > > didn't
: > : > : > > work):
: > : > : > >
: > : > : > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > : > : > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not
appear
: > to
: > : > : > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > : > : > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
: > installed.
: > : > : > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > : > : > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy
settings
: > may
: > : > be
: > : > : > > incorrect.
: > : > : > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > : > : > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server
extensions,
: > : > : > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP
or
: > : > WebDav.
: > : > : > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > : > : > >
: > : > : > > What am I doing wrong?
: > : > : > >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: >
: >
: >
 
M

marc

To open and save it with Frontpage C:\Users\marc\Documents\webs\myweb

Tom [Pepper] Willett said:
One last time. What path do you use to open it.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: It was a web based on my harddisk (Local computer)
:
: "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
:
: > I know you created a web site in FrontPage. But, was it a disk-based web
or
: > a server based web? What path do you use to open it when you're working
on
: > it.
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > ---------------------------
: > : > : No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to
my
: > : local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I
: > can't
: > : just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer,
and
: > : type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I
know it
: > : would work if I could only get it in there.
: > :
: > : "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
: > :
: > : > Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
: > : > --
: > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > : > ---------------------------
: > : > : > : > :I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I
want
: > to
: > : > : publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server
extentions on
: > : > Vista.
: > : > : I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the
: > extentions,
: > : > and
: > : > : tried to publish same message.
: > : > :
: > : > : "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: > : > :
: > : > : > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > : > : >
: > : > : > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just
open it
: > in
: > : > FP
: > : > : > Open FP
: > : > : > File | Open Site
: > : > : > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > : > : >
: > : > : > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your
local
: > : > server?
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : > --
: > : > : > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > : > : > Rob Giordano
: > : > : > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : > : > : > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded
FrontPage
: > server
: > : > : > > extentions.
: > : > : > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now
that
: > : > doesn't
: > : > : > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
: > localhost
: > : > : > > didn't
: > : > : > > work):
: > : > : > >
: > : > : > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > : > : > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not
appear
: > to
: > : > : > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > : > : > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
: > installed.
: > : > : > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > : > : > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy
settings
: > may
: > : > be
: > : > : > > incorrect.
: > : > : > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > : > : > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server
extensions,
: > : > : > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP
or
: > : > WebDav.
: > : > : > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > : > : > >
: > : > : > > What am I doing wrong?
: > : > : > >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: >
: >
: >
 
M

marc

I'm starting to think that maybe I'm supposed to publish to a "FILE system"
instead.
But how can I know what the right file-folder is to publish it into for
IIS-Manager? Or do I publish it to any file-folder, and then afterward, in
basic settings create the physical path to it.

Tom [Pepper] Willett said:
One last time. What path do you use to open it.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: It was a web based on my harddisk (Local computer)
:
: "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
:
: > I know you created a web site in FrontPage. But, was it a disk-based web
or
: > a server based web? What path do you use to open it when you're working
on
: > it.
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > ---------------------------
: > : > : No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to
my
: > : local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I
: > can't
: > : just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer,
and
: > : type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I
know it
: > : would work if I could only get it in there.
: > :
: > : "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
: > :
: > : > Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
: > : > --
: > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > : > ---------------------------
: > : > : > : > :I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I
want
: > to
: > : > : publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server
extentions on
: > : > Vista.
: > : > : I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the
: > extentions,
: > : > and
: > : > : tried to publish same message.
: > : > :
: > : > : "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: > : > :
: > : > : > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > : > : >
: > : > : > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just
open it
: > in
: > : > FP
: > : > : > Open FP
: > : > : > File | Open Site
: > : > : > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > : > : >
: > : > : > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your
local
: > : > server?
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : > --
: > : > : > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > : > : > Rob Giordano
: > : > : > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : > : > : > : > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded
FrontPage
: > server
: > : > : > > extentions.
: > : > : > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now
that
: > : > doesn't
: > : > : > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
: > localhost
: > : > : > > didn't
: > : > : > > work):
: > : > : > >
: > : > : > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > : > : > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not
appear
: > to
: > : > : > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > : > : > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
: > installed.
: > : > : > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > : > : > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy
settings
: > may
: > : > be
: > : > : > > incorrect.
: > : > : > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > : > : > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server
extensions,
: > : > : > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP
or
: > : > WebDav.
: > : > : > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > : > : > >
: > : > : > > What am I doing wrong?
: > : > : > >
: > : > : >
: > : > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: > : >
: >
: >
: >
 
M

marc

Still trying to make my web come up on my computers server IIS 7.0. I have
been able to publish to a folder, and to get the path linked in II
7.0Manager. But I noticed that only localhost comes up in explorer:
http://localhost even the default website does not come up in explorer:
http://localhost/defaultwebsite this is the page I get:

sServer Error in Application "Default Web Site"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
Description: The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name
changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
Error Code: 0x80070002
Notification: MapRequestHandler
Module: IIS Web Core
Requested URL: http://localhost:80/DefaultWebSite
Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DefaultWebSite
Logon User: Anonymous
Logon Method: Anonymous
Handler: StaticFile
Most likely causes:
The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
The URL contains a typographical error.
A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the file.

Can anyone help
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

No
C:\Users\marc\Documents\webs\myweb is a Disc based web
If you have the FP SE installed under IIS on your PC
- you would publish to a Server Baser Web w/ the FP SE at http://localhost

--

_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
_____________________________________________


| I'm starting to think that maybe I'm supposed to publish to a "FILE system"
| instead.
| But how can I know what the right file-folder is to publish it into for
| IIS-Manager? Or do I publish it to any file-folder, and then afterward, in
| basic settings create the physical path to it.
|
| "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
|
| > One last time. What path do you use to open it.
| > --
| > Tom [Pepper] Willett
| > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| > ---------------------------
| > | > : It was a web based on my harddisk (Local computer)
| > :
| > : "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
| > :
| > : > I know you created a web site in FrontPage. But, was it a disk-based web
| > or
| > : > a server based web? What path do you use to open it when you're working
| > on
| > : > it.
| > : > --
| > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
| > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| > : > ---------------------------
| > : > | > : > : No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to
| > my
| > : > : local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I
| > : > can't
| > : > : just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer,
| > and
| > : > : type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I
| > know it
| > : > : would work if I could only get it in there.
| > : > :
| > : > : "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
| > : > :
| > : > : > Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
| > : > : > --
| > : > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
| > : > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| > : > : > ---------------------------
| > : > : > | > : > : > :I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I
| > want
| > : > to
| > : > : > : publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server
| > extentions on
| > : > : > Vista.
| > : > : > : I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the
| > : > extentions,
| > : > : > and
| > : > : > : tried to publish same message.
| > : > : > :
| > : > : > : "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
| > : > : > :
| > : > : > : > not sure what you are trying to do.
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just
| > open it
| > : > in
| > : > : > FP
| > : > : > : > Open FP
| > : > : > : > File | Open Site
| > : > : > : > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your
| > local
| > : > : > server?
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > --
| > : > : > : > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
| > : > : > : > Rob Giordano
| > : > : > : > Microsoft MVP Expression
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > | > : > : > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded
| > FrontPage
| > : > server
| > : > : > : > > extentions.
| > : > : > : > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now
| > that
| > : > : > doesn't
| > : > : > : > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
| > : > localhost
| > : > : > : > > didn't
| > : > : > : > > work):
| > : > : > : > >
| > : > : > : > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
| > : > : > : > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not
| > appear
| > : > to
| > : > : > : > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
| > : > : > : > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
| > : > installed.
| > : > : > : > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
| > : > : > : > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy
| > settings
| > : > may
| > : > : > be
| > : > : > : > > incorrect.
| > : > : > : > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
| > : > : > : > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server
| > extensions,
| > : > : > : > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP
| > or
| > : > : > WebDav.
| > : > : > : > > Please select one of these options and try again"
| > : > : > : > >
| > : > : > : > > What am I doing wrong?
| > : > : > : > >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : >
| > : > : >
| > : > : >
| > : >
| > : >
| > : >
| >
| >
| >
 
M

marc

Thank you for hanging in with me. When I try to publish to http://localhost,
I get Unable to open http://localhost. How can I check that the FP SE were
instaled correctly

Stefan B Rusynko said:
No
C:\Users\marc\Documents\webs\myweb is a Disc based web
If you have the FP SE installed under IIS on your PC
- you would publish to a Server Baser Web w/ the FP SE at http://localhost

--

_____________________________________________
SBR @ ENJOY (-: [ Microsoft MVP - FrontPage ]
"Warning - Using the F1 Key will not break anything!" (-;
_____________________________________________


| I'm starting to think that maybe I'm supposed to publish to a "FILE system"
| instead.
| But how can I know what the right file-folder is to publish it into for
| IIS-Manager? Or do I publish it to any file-folder, and then afterward, in
| basic settings create the physical path to it.
|
| "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
|
| > One last time. What path do you use to open it.
| > --
| > Tom [Pepper] Willett
| > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| > ---------------------------
| > | > : It was a web based on my harddisk (Local computer)
| > :
| > : "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
| > :
| > : > I know you created a web site in FrontPage. But, was it a disk-based web
| > or
| > : > a server based web? What path do you use to open it when you're working
| > on
| > : > it.
| > : > --
| > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
| > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| > : > ---------------------------
| > : > | > : > : No, I created a website in FrontPage. Now I am trying to publish it to
| > my
| > : > : local computer. Publishing from frontPage is what I should do right? I
| > : > can't
| > : > : just copy it in IIS-Manager right? By the way, When I go in explorer,
| > and
| > : > : type http://localhost I do see my default Website Page back. So I
| > know it
| > : > : would work if I could only get it in there.
| > : > :
| > : > : "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
| > : > :
| > : > : > Did you not create a server based web to begin with?
| > : > : > --
| > : > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
| > : > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
| > : > : > ---------------------------
| > : > : > | > : > : > :I want to test my website before sending it to a hostserver. So I
| > want
| > : > to
| > : > : > : publish to my local server IIS 7.0 with frontpage server
| > extentions on
| > : > : > Vista.
| > : > : > : I just opened on my other vista-computer IIS6 and added the
| > : > extentions,
| > : > : > and
| > : > : > : tried to publish same message.
| > : > : > :
| > : > : > : "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
| > : > : > :
| > : > : > : > not sure what you are trying to do.
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just
| > open it
| > : > in
| > : > : > FP
| > : > : > : > Open FP
| > : > : > : > File | Open Site
| > : > : > : > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your
| > local
| > : > : > server?
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > --
| > : > : > : > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
| > : > : > : > Rob Giordano
| > : > : > : > Microsoft MVP Expression
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : > | > : > : > : > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded
| > FrontPage
| > : > server
| > : > : > : > > extentions.
| > : > : > : > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now
| > that
| > : > : > doesn't
| > : > : > : > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
| > : > localhost
| > : > : > : > > didn't
| > : > : > : > > work):
| > : > : > : > >
| > : > : > : > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
| > : > : > : > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not
| > appear
| > : > to
| > : > : > : > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
| > : > : > : > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
| > : > installed.
| > : > : > : > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
| > : > : > : > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy
| > settings
| > : > may
| > : > : > be
| > : > : > : > > incorrect.
| > : > : > : > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
| > : > : > : > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server
| > extensions,
| > : > : > : > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP
| > or
| > : > : > WebDav.
| > : > : > : > > Please select one of these options and try again"
| > : > : > : > >
| > : > : > : > > What am I doing wrong?
| > : > : > : > >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : > : >
| > : > : >
| > : > : >
| > : > : >
| > : >
| > : >
| > : >
| >
| >
| >
 
T

Tom [Pepper] Willett

Have you enabled the extensions for the default website in IIS?

--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: Sorry, I have NOT been able to publish to IIS 7.0.(only to a file-which is
of
: no use) How do I check if the FrontPage server Extentions work that I
: downloaded and installed from;
: http://www.iis.net/downloads/default.aspx?tabid=34&g=6&i=1630
: Any help is very welcome
:
: "marc" wrote:
:
: > Still trying to make my web come up on my computers server IIS 7.0. I
have
: > been able to publish to a folder, and to get the path linked in II
: > 7.0Manager. But I noticed that only localhost comes up in explorer:
: > http://localhost even the default website does not come up in
explorer:
: > http://localhost/defaultwebsite this is the page I get:
: >
: > sServer Error in Application "Default Web Site"
: >
:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
: >
: > HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
: > Description: The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its
name
: > changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
: > Error Code: 0x80070002
: > Notification: MapRequestHandler
: > Module: IIS Web Core
: > Requested URL: http://localhost:80/DefaultWebSite
: > Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DefaultWebSite
: > Logon User: Anonymous
: > Logon Method: Anonymous
: > Handler: StaticFile
: > Most likely causes:
: > The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
: > The URL contains a typographical error.
: > A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the
file.
: >
: > Can anyone help
: >
: > "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: >
: > > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > >
: > > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it
in FP
: > > Open FP
: > > File | Open Site
: > > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > >
: > > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
server?
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > --
: > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > > Rob Giordano
: > > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > : > > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
server
: > > > extentions.
: > > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
doesn't
: > > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
localhost
: > > > didn't
: > > > work):
: > > >
: > > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear
to
: > > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
installed.
: > > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings
may be
: > > > incorrect.
: > > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
WebDav.
: > > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > > >
: > > > What am I doing wrong?
: > > >
: > >
: > >
 
M

marc

Tom I'm 100% new to IIS. How do you "enabled the extensions for the default
website in IIS"?

Tom [Pepper] Willett said:
Have you enabled the extensions for the default website in IIS?

--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: Sorry, I have NOT been able to publish to IIS 7.0.(only to a file-which is
of
: no use) How do I check if the FrontPage server Extentions work that I
: downloaded and installed from;
: http://www.iis.net/downloads/default.aspx?tabid=34&g=6&i=1630
: Any help is very welcome
:
: "marc" wrote:
:
: > Still trying to make my web come up on my computers server IIS 7.0. I
have
: > been able to publish to a folder, and to get the path linked in II
: > 7.0Manager. But I noticed that only localhost comes up in explorer:
: > http://localhost even the default website does not come up in
explorer:
: > http://localhost/defaultwebsite this is the page I get:
: >
: > sServer Error in Application "Default Web Site"
: >
:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
: >
: > HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
: > Description: The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its
name
: > changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
: > Error Code: 0x80070002
: > Notification: MapRequestHandler
: > Module: IIS Web Core
: > Requested URL: http://localhost:80/DefaultWebSite
: > Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DefaultWebSite
: > Logon User: Anonymous
: > Logon Method: Anonymous
: > Handler: StaticFile
: > Most likely causes:
: > The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
: > The URL contains a typographical error.
: > A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the
file.
: >
: > Can anyone help
: >
: > "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: >
: > > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > >
: > > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it
in FP
: > > Open FP
: > > File | Open Site
: > > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > >
: > > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
server?
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > --
: > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > > Rob Giordano
: > > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > : > > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
server
: > > > extentions.
: > > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
doesn't
: > > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
localhost
: > > > didn't
: > > > work):
: > > >
: > > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear
to
: > > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
installed.
: > > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings
may be
: > > > incorrect.
: > > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
WebDav.
: > > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > > >
: > > > What am I doing wrong?
: > > >
: > >
: > >
 
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T

Tom [Pepper] Willett

Marc: I'm not familiar enough with IIS7 to go any further. And, the Server
Extensions you are talking about are not from MS, but a third party. At this
point, I think you need to visit the IIS newsgroups and contact support or
look at any knowledge base available from the company who handles the server
extensions. I don't think anyone here is going to be able to help you much
further.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: Tom I'm 100% new to IIS. How do you "enabled the extensions for the
default
: website in IIS"?
:
: "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
:
: > Have you enabled the extensions for the default website in IIS?
: >
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > ---------------------------
: > : > : Sorry, I have NOT been able to publish to IIS 7.0.(only to a
file-which is
: > of
: > : no use) How do I check if the FrontPage server Extentions work that I
: > : downloaded and installed from;
: > : http://www.iis.net/downloads/default.aspx?tabid=34&g=6&i=1630
: > : Any help is very welcome
: > :
: > : "marc" wrote:
: > :
: > : > Still trying to make my web come up on my computers server IIS 7.0.
I
: > have
: > : > been able to publish to a folder, and to get the path linked in II
: > : > 7.0Manager. But I noticed that only localhost comes up in explorer:
: > : > http://localhost even the default website does not come up in
: > explorer:
: > : > http://localhost/defaultwebsite this is the page I get:
: > : >
: > : > sServer Error in Application "Default Web Site"
: > : >
: > :
: >
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
: > : >
: > : > HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
: > : > Description: The resource you are looking for has been removed, had
its
: > name
: > : > changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
: > : > Error Code: 0x80070002
: > : > Notification: MapRequestHandler
: > : > Module: IIS Web Core
: > : > Requested URL: http://localhost:80/DefaultWebSite
: > : > Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DefaultWebSite
: > : > Logon User: Anonymous
: > : > Logon Method: Anonymous
: > : > Handler: StaticFile
: > : > Most likely causes:
: > : > The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
: > : > The URL contains a typographical error.
: > : > A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the
: > file.
: > : >
: > : > Can anyone help
: > : >
: > : > "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: > : >
: > : > > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > : > >
: > : > > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open
it
: > in FP
: > : > > Open FP
: > : > > File | Open Site
: > : > > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > : > >
: > : > > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
: > server?
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > > --
: > : > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > : > > Rob Giordano
: > : > > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > > : > : > > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
: > server
: > : > > > extentions.
: > : > > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
: > doesn't
: > : > > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
: > localhost
: > : > > > didn't
: > : > > > work):
: > : > > >
: > : > > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > : > > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not
appear
: > to
: > : > > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > : > > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
: > installed.
: > : > > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > : > > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy
settings
: > may be
: > : > > > incorrect.
: > : > > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > : > > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > : > > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
: > WebDav.
: > : > > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > : > > >
: > : > > > What am I doing wrong?
: > : > > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: >
: >
: >
 
M

marc

Tom I'm 100% new to IIS. How do you "enabled" the extensions for the default
website in IIS? When I go to:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/pr...c37-f727-4244-9813-2289e13dadba.mspx?mfr=true
it tells me what to do "to enable Web service extensions"
it tells me to: "click the web services extentions folder" in IIS Manager.
Sorry but I don't see no "web services extentions folder"in IIS Manager.

Tom [Pepper] Willett said:
Have you enabled the extensions for the default website in IIS?

--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: Sorry, I have NOT been able to publish to IIS 7.0.(only to a file-which is
of
: no use) How do I check if the FrontPage server Extentions work that I
: downloaded and installed from;
: http://www.iis.net/downloads/default.aspx?tabid=34&g=6&i=1630
: Any help is very welcome
:
: "marc" wrote:
:
: > Still trying to make my web come up on my computers server IIS 7.0. I
have
: > been able to publish to a folder, and to get the path linked in II
: > 7.0Manager. But I noticed that only localhost comes up in explorer:
: > http://localhost even the default website does not come up in
explorer:
: > http://localhost/defaultwebsite this is the page I get:
: >
: > sServer Error in Application "Default Web Site"
: >
:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
: >
: > HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
: > Description: The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its
name
: > changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
: > Error Code: 0x80070002
: > Notification: MapRequestHandler
: > Module: IIS Web Core
: > Requested URL: http://localhost:80/DefaultWebSite
: > Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DefaultWebSite
: > Logon User: Anonymous
: > Logon Method: Anonymous
: > Handler: StaticFile
: > Most likely causes:
: > The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
: > The URL contains a typographical error.
: > A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the
file.
: >
: > Can anyone help
: >
: > "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: >
: > > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > >
: > > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it
in FP
: > > Open FP
: > > File | Open Site
: > > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > >
: > > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
server?
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > --
: > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > > Rob Giordano
: > > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > : > > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
server
: > > > extentions.
: > > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
doesn't
: > > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
localhost
: > > > didn't
: > > > work):
: > > >
: > > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear
to
: > > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
installed.
: > > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings
may be
: > > > incorrect.
: > > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
WebDav.
: > > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > > >
: > > > What am I doing wrong?
: > > >
: > >
: > >
 
M

marc

Reading all I can. shouldn't there be a checkbox for"FrontPage server
Extentions " in Internet Information Services? In -control Panel--Programs
and features--Turn windows features on or off--Internet Information services?
I think the install program refered to before is not installing anything or
in the wrong place.

Tom [Pepper] Willett said:
Have you enabled the extensions for the default website in IIS?

--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: Sorry, I have NOT been able to publish to IIS 7.0.(only to a file-which is
of
: no use) How do I check if the FrontPage server Extentions work that I
: downloaded and installed from;
: http://www.iis.net/downloads/default.aspx?tabid=34&g=6&i=1630
: Any help is very welcome
:
: "marc" wrote:
:
: > Still trying to make my web come up on my computers server IIS 7.0. I
have
: > been able to publish to a folder, and to get the path linked in II
: > 7.0Manager. But I noticed that only localhost comes up in explorer:
: > http://localhost even the default website does not come up in
explorer:
: > http://localhost/defaultwebsite this is the page I get:
: >
: > sServer Error in Application "Default Web Site"
: >
:
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
: >
: > HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
: > Description: The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its
name
: > changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
: > Error Code: 0x80070002
: > Notification: MapRequestHandler
: > Module: IIS Web Core
: > Requested URL: http://localhost:80/DefaultWebSite
: > Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DefaultWebSite
: > Logon User: Anonymous
: > Logon Method: Anonymous
: > Handler: StaticFile
: > Most likely causes:
: > The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
: > The URL contains a typographical error.
: > A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the
file.
: >
: > Can anyone help
: >
: > "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: >
: > > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > >
: > > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open it
in FP
: > > Open FP
: > > File | Open Site
: > > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > >
: > > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
server?
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > --
: > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > > Rob Giordano
: > > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > >
: > > : > > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
server
: > > > extentions.
: > > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
doesn't
: > > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
localhost
: > > > didn't
: > > > work):
: > > >
: > > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not appear
to
: > > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
installed.
: > > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy settings
may be
: > > > incorrect.
: > > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
WebDav.
: > > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > > >
: > > > What am I doing wrong?
: > > >
: > >
: > >
 
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T

Tom [Pepper] Willett

I am not familiar with IIS 7, or the new version of the extensions that go
with them. You can keep hanging out here and *maybe* someone who does will
come along. Or, follow my earlier suggestion.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
---------------------------
: Reading all I can. shouldn't there be a checkbox for"FrontPage server
: Extentions " in Internet Information Services? In -control Panel--Programs
: and features--Turn windows features on or off--Internet Information
services?
: I think the install program refered to before is not installing anything
or
: in the wrong place.
:
: "Tom [Pepper] Willett" wrote:
:
: > Have you enabled the extensions for the default website in IIS?
: >
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
: > ---------------------------
: > : > : Sorry, I have NOT been able to publish to IIS 7.0.(only to a
file-which is
: > of
: > : no use) How do I check if the FrontPage server Extentions work that I
: > : downloaded and installed from;
: > : http://www.iis.net/downloads/default.aspx?tabid=34&g=6&i=1630
: > : Any help is very welcome
: > :
: > : "marc" wrote:
: > :
: > : > Still trying to make my web come up on my computers server IIS 7.0.
I
: > have
: > : > been able to publish to a folder, and to get the path linked in II
: > : > 7.0Manager. But I noticed that only localhost comes up in explorer:
: > : > http://localhost even the default website does not come up in
: > explorer:
: > : > http://localhost/defaultwebsite this is the page I get:
: > : >
: > : > sServer Error in Application "Default Web Site"
: > : >
: > :
: >
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
: > : >
: > : > HTTP Error 404.0 - Not Found
: > : > Description: The resource you are looking for has been removed, had
its
: > name
: > : > changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
: > : > Error Code: 0x80070002
: > : > Notification: MapRequestHandler
: > : > Module: IIS Web Core
: > : > Requested URL: http://localhost:80/DefaultWebSite
: > : > Physical Path: C:\inetpub\wwwroot\DefaultWebSite
: > : > Logon User: Anonymous
: > : > Logon Method: Anonymous
: > : > Handler: StaticFile
: > : > Most likely causes:
: > : > The directory or file specified does not exist on the Web server.
: > : > The URL contains a typographical error.
: > : > A custom filter or module, such as URLScan, restricts access to the
: > file.
: > : >
: > : > Can anyone help
: > : >
: > : > "Rob Giordano [MS MVP]" wrote:
: > : >
: > : > > not sure what you are trying to do.
: > : > >
: > : > > if you want to work on your local server based web, you just open
it
: > in FP
: > : > > Open FP
: > : > > File | Open Site
: > : > > http://localhost/yourwebsnamehere
: > : > >
: > : > > or are you trying to Publish from the online server to your local
: > server?
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > > --
: > : > > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
: > : > > Rob Giordano
: > : > > Microsoft MVP Expression
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: > : > > : > : > > > I have IIS 7.0 working on windows vista. I downloaded FrontPage
: > server
: > : > > > extentions.
: > : > > > when I went to http://localhost, it worked for a while, now that
: > doesn't
: > : > > > either, and when I go to publish I keep getting (even before
: > localhost
: > : > > > didn't
: > : > > > work):
: > : > > >
: > : > > > "Microsoft Office Frontpage Unable to open 'http:/localhost'.
: > : > > > Server error: The Web server at "http://localhost" does not
appear
: > to
: > : > > > have Windows SharePoint Services installed. Possible causes:
: > : > > > 1. the web server may not have Frontpage server extensions
: > installed.
: > : > > > 2. the web server may be temporarily out of service.
: > : > > > 3.If you are connecting through a proxy server, the proxy
settings
: > may be
: > : > > > incorrect.
: > : > > > 4.an error may have occured in the web server.
: > : > > > If this server does not support the Frontpage server extensions,
: > : > > > frontpage may still be able to publish to the server via FTP or
: > WebDav.
: > : > > > Please select one of these options and try again"
: > : > > >
: > : > > > What am I doing wrong?
: > : > > >
: > : > >
: > : > >
: >
: >
: >
 

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