LOCALHOST not available in fp2003


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Pam

Hoping someone here can help me - Tom Miller sent me over from
microsoft.public.frontpage group as none there could help with my problem.
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Can anyone please help me figure out why none of the webistes will show when
I go to Open Site / Network Places / localhost??

I keep getting an error that says docuemnts in this folder are not
available. The folder may have ben moved or deleted, or network problems
preventing a connection to the server.

When I go to my harddrive and look in C:/INETPUB/WWWROOT - they are all
there.....

I'm on XP Pro (service pack 2) - fp2003 and everything worked find till
sometime last week when I was unable to open any websites thru fp unless I
open them live or open them from my backup - just can't open them in the
localhost place.


would sure appreciate some help!

thanks
Pam
 
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Steve Easton

Also, make sure IIS is started.


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Thomas A. Rowe

Try accessing via http://localhost or http://machinename.

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Mark Fitzpatrick

Also make sure that you don't have a software firewall that is now suddently
blocking port 80 (the http port) from being accessed.

Hope this helps,
Mark Fitzpatrick
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
 

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