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Old 05-08-2006, 07:32 AM   #1
wadedesk
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Location: Gainesville, Georgia, USA
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Login Problem to Web Server Using FrontPage


I'm only one application away from being totally Linux. I still use FrontPage and will not change any time soon.

I'm able to run FrontPage 2000/2002 with CrossOver and open a local folders, however when I try to open a web site on a Microsoft web server that has a public IP my username and password are not working.

In Windows I use the IP address and not the domain name of my site. I've tried using both the IP and domain name with the same results.

I wonder if possibly I need to enter "host/username" in the username field?

I don't see how the password should not be the problem either.

Any other ideas? I'm not sure how to find out the host if that is the problem.

--wade
 
  


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