Setting "Only registered members have browse access" for a subweb


A

Arjun

I am using FP 2003 and the server that hosts my site has FPSE 2002
installed. I have a subweb in which I want to create a registration web, and
I thus have to change the permission settings first. I close the site in
frontpage and then load the site live on the server within frontpage, and
type the appropriate username and password. It ushers me through and I
navigate to Tools>Server>Administration Home. This takes me to the FPSE
admin pages in Internet Explorer. I click "Use unique Permissions for this
Subweb" and that cog-and-wheel screen shows up. Once this setting is
applied, however, I am not able to find an option where I can set "Only
registered members have browse access" for the subweb in question. Most
sites I have read, tell me that after clicking Tools>Server>Permissions and
setting the unique permissions for the subweb, I should find a "User Tab"
and there I should be able to set "Only registered members have browse
access" setting for the subweb. I am not able to find this anywhere after
setting the unique permissions for the subweb and have tramped through the
entire admin pages, but to no avail. I have guessed the sites which I
mentioned must have been referring to FPSE 2000. How can I set this "Only
registered members have browse access" in FPSE 2002 using FP 2003.

Thanks in advance

Arjun
 
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T

Tom Willett

IIRC, the "registered members" feature is only available on a unix/linux
server, not a Windows Server. Visitors can't register on a Windows server.
All they can do is have the password you set up to enter that web.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
---------------------------
:I am using FP 2003 and the server that hosts my site has FPSE 2002
: installed. I have a subweb in which I want to create a registration web,
and
: I thus have to change the permission settings first. I close the site in
: frontpage and then load the site live on the server within frontpage, and
: type the appropriate username and password. It ushers me through and I
: navigate to Tools>Server>Administration Home. This takes me to the FPSE
: admin pages in Internet Explorer. I click "Use unique Permissions for this
: Subweb" and that cog-and-wheel screen shows up. Once this setting is
: applied, however, I am not able to find an option where I can set "Only
: registered members have browse access" for the subweb in question. Most
: sites I have read, tell me that after clicking Tools>Server>Permissions
and
: setting the unique permissions for the subweb, I should find a "User Tab"
: and there I should be able to set "Only registered members have browse
: access" setting for the subweb. I am not able to find this anywhere after
: setting the unique permissions for the subweb and have tramped through the
: entire admin pages, but to no avail. I have guessed the sites which I
: mentioned must have been referring to FPSE 2000. How can I set this "Only
: registered members have browse access" in FPSE 2002 using FP 2003.
:
: Thanks in advance
:
: Arjun
:
:
 
A

Arjun

My hosting provider is on a Linux server only. Everything else works but I
am not able to find where that "Registered Users have browse access" option
is

Thanks for your help

Arjun
 
T

Tom Willett

You probably need to contact them and ask.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
---------------------------
: My hosting provider is on a Linux server only. Everything else works but I
: am not able to find where that "Registered Users have browse access"
option
: is
:
: Thanks for your help
:
: Arjun
:
:
: : > IIRC, the "registered members" feature is only available on a unix/linux
: > server, not a Windows Server. Visitors can't register on a Windows
server.
: > All they can do is have the password you set up to enter that web.
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
: > ---------------------------
: > : > :I am using FP 2003 and the server that hosts my site has FPSE 2002
: > : installed. I have a subweb in which I want to create a registration
web,
: > and
: > : I thus have to change the permission settings first. I close the site
in
: > : frontpage and then load the site live on the server within frontpage,
: > and
: > : type the appropriate username and password. It ushers me through and I
: > : navigate to Tools>Server>Administration Home. This takes me to the
FPSE
: > : admin pages in Internet Explorer. I click "Use unique Permissions for
: > this
: > : Subweb" and that cog-and-wheel screen shows up. Once this setting is
: > : applied, however, I am not able to find an option where I can set
"Only
: > : registered members have browse access" for the subweb in question.
Most
: > : sites I have read, tell me that after clicking
Tools>Server>Permissions
: > and
: > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb, I should find a "User
: > Tab"
: > : and there I should be able to set "Only registered members have browse
: > : access" setting for the subweb. I am not able to find this anywhere
: > after
: > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb and have tramped through
: > the
: > : entire admin pages, but to no avail. I have guessed the sites which I
: > : mentioned must have been referring to FPSE 2000. How can I set this
: > "Only
: > : registered members have browse access" in FPSE 2002 using FP 2003.
: > :
: > : Thanks in advance
: > :
: > : Arjun
: > :
: > :
: >
: >
:
:
 
A

Arjun

Ok, it didnt come out as screenshots but please (scan first ) and view the
attachments of the FPSE admin screen

Arjun

Arjun said:
I don't know if I'm allowed to post screen shots or not but I think I'l
risk it.



Under Users and Roles, where would I have to click in order to find the
"Only Registered Members have browse access" option. I just want to make
100% sure that it is not there, before I contact the hosting provider. I
already clicked "change subweb permissions", now what do I have to do?




Thank-you so much for your prompt replies and your great help!

Arjun


Tom Willett said:
You probably need to contact them and ask.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
---------------------------
: My hosting provider is on a Linux server only. Everything else works
but I
: am not able to find where that "Registered Users have browse access"
option
: is
:
: Thanks for your help
:
: Arjun
:
:
: : > IIRC, the "registered members" feature is only available on a
unix/linux
: > server, not a Windows Server. Visitors can't register on a Windows
server.
: > All they can do is have the password you set up to enter that web.
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
: > ---------------------------
: > : > :I am using FP 2003 and the server that hosts my site has FPSE 2002
: > : installed. I have a subweb in which I want to create a registration
web,
: > and
: > : I thus have to change the permission settings first. I close the
site
in
: > : frontpage and then load the site live on the server within
frontpage,
: > and
: > : type the appropriate username and password. It ushers me through
and I
: > : navigate to Tools>Server>Administration Home. This takes me to the
FPSE
: > : admin pages in Internet Explorer. I click "Use unique Permissions
for
: > this
: > : Subweb" and that cog-and-wheel screen shows up. Once this setting
is
: > : applied, however, I am not able to find an option where I can set
"Only
: > : registered members have browse access" for the subweb in question.
Most
: > : sites I have read, tell me that after clicking
Tools>Server>Permissions
: > and
: > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb, I should find a
"User
: > Tab"
: > : and there I should be able to set "Only registered members have
browse
: > : access" setting for the subweb. I am not able to find this anywhere
: > after
: > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb and have tramped
through
: > the
: > : entire admin pages, but to no avail. I have guessed the sites which
I
: > : mentioned must have been referring to FPSE 2000. How can I set this
: > "Only
: > : registered members have browse access" in FPSE 2002 using FP 2003.
: > :
: > : Thanks in advance
: > :
: > : Arjun
: > :
: > :
: >
: >
:
:
 
T

Tom Willett

Some hosts don't allow some of the features available. That's why I
suggested you contact them. Server administrators, especially for
Unix/Linux, don't normally hang out here.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
---------------------------
:I don't know if I'm allowed to post screen shots or not but I think I'l
risk
: it.
:
:
:
: Under Users and Roles, where would I have to click in order to find the
: "Only Registered Members have browse access" option. I just want to make
: 100% sure that it is not there, before I contact the hosting provider. I
: already clicked "change subweb permissions", now what do I have to do?
:
:
:
:
: Thank-you so much for your prompt replies and your great help!
:
: Arjun
:
:
: : > You probably need to contact them and ask.
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
: > ---------------------------
: > : > : My hosting provider is on a Linux server only. Everything else works
but
: > I
: > : am not able to find where that "Registered Users have browse access"
: > option
: > : is
: > :
: > : Thanks for your help
: > :
: > : Arjun
: > :
: > :
: > : : > : > IIRC, the "registered members" feature is only available on a
: > unix/linux
: > : > server, not a Windows Server. Visitors can't register on a Windows
: > server.
: > : > All they can do is have the password you set up to enter that web.
: > : > --
: > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
: > : > ---------------------------
: > : > : > : > :I am using FP 2003 and the server that hosts my site has FPSE 2002
: > : > : installed. I have a subweb in which I want to create a
registration
: > web,
: > : > and
: > : > : I thus have to change the permission settings first. I close the
: > site
: > in
: > : > : frontpage and then load the site live on the server within
: > frontpage,
: > : > and
: > : > : type the appropriate username and password. It ushers me through
and
: > I
: > : > : navigate to Tools>Server>Administration Home. This takes me to the
: > FPSE
: > : > : admin pages in Internet Explorer. I click "Use unique Permissions
: > for
: > : > this
: > : > : Subweb" and that cog-and-wheel screen shows up. Once this setting
is
: > : > : applied, however, I am not able to find an option where I can set
: > "Only
: > : > : registered members have browse access" for the subweb in question.
: > Most
: > : > : sites I have read, tell me that after clicking
: > Tools>Server>Permissions
: > : > and
: > : > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb, I should find a
"User
: > : > Tab"
: > : > : and there I should be able to set "Only registered members have
: > browse
: > : > : access" setting for the subweb. I am not able to find this
anywhere
: > : > after
: > : > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb and have tramped
: > through
: > : > the
: > : > : entire admin pages, but to no avail. I have guessed the sites
which
: > I
: > : > : mentioned must have been referring to FPSE 2000. How can I set
this
: > : > "Only
: > : > : registered members have browse access" in FPSE 2002 using FP 2003.
: > : > :
: > : > : Thanks in advance
: > : > :
: > : > : Arjun
: > : > :
: > : > :
: > : >
: > : >
: > :
: > :
: >
: >
:
:
:
 
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A

Arjun

Ok, I'm off to contact my hosting service.

Thanks a lot for your help

Arjun

Tom Willett said:
Some hosts don't allow some of the features available. That's why I
suggested you contact them. Server administrators, especially for
Unix/Linux, don't normally hang out here.
--
Tom [Pepper] Willett
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
---------------------------
:I don't know if I'm allowed to post screen shots or not but I think I'l
risk
: it.
:
:
:
: Under Users and Roles, where would I have to click in order to find the
: "Only Registered Members have browse access" option. I just want to make
: 100% sure that it is not there, before I contact the hosting provider. I
: already clicked "change subweb permissions", now what do I have to do?
:
:
:
:
: Thank-you so much for your prompt replies and your great help!
:
: Arjun
:
:
: : > You probably need to contact them and ask.
: > --
: > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
: > ---------------------------
: > : > : My hosting provider is on a Linux server only. Everything else works
but
: > I
: > : am not able to find where that "Registered Users have browse access"
: > option
: > : is
: > :
: > : Thanks for your help
: > :
: > : Arjun
: > :
: > :
: > : : > : > IIRC, the "registered members" feature is only available on a
: > unix/linux
: > : > server, not a Windows Server. Visitors can't register on a Windows
: > server.
: > : > All they can do is have the password you set up to enter that web.
: > : > --
: > : > Tom [Pepper] Willett
: > : > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage Since 1997
: > : > ---------------------------
: > : > : > : > :I am using FP 2003 and the server that hosts my site has FPSE
2002
: > : > : installed. I have a subweb in which I want to create a
registration
: > web,
: > : > and
: > : > : I thus have to change the permission settings first. I close the
: > site
: > in
: > : > : frontpage and then load the site live on the server within
: > frontpage,
: > : > and
: > : > : type the appropriate username and password. It ushers me through
and
: > I
: > : > : navigate to Tools>Server>Administration Home. This takes me to
the
: > FPSE
: > : > : admin pages in Internet Explorer. I click "Use unique
Permissions
: > for
: > : > this
: > : > : Subweb" and that cog-and-wheel screen shows up. Once this
setting
is
: > : > : applied, however, I am not able to find an option where I can
set
: > "Only
: > : > : registered members have browse access" for the subweb in
question.
: > Most
: > : > : sites I have read, tell me that after clicking
: > Tools>Server>Permissions
: > : > and
: > : > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb, I should find a
"User
: > : > Tab"
: > : > : and there I should be able to set "Only registered members have
: > browse
: > : > : access" setting for the subweb. I am not able to find this
anywhere
: > : > after
: > : > : setting the unique permissions for the subweb and have tramped
: > through
: > : > the
: > : > : entire admin pages, but to no avail. I have guessed the sites
which
: > I
: > : > : mentioned must have been referring to FPSE 2000. How can I set
this
: > : > "Only
: > : > : registered members have browse access" in FPSE 2002 using FP
2003.
: > : > :
: > : > : Thanks in advance
: > : > :
: > : > : Arjun
: > : > :
: > : > :
: > : >
: > : >
: > :
: > :
: >
: >
:
:
:
 

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