FrontPage authentication not working?
Check these first!
- Control-Panel, Networks: You must have the Microsoft Client for Microsoft Networks
- Dial Up Networking, Right click your Connectoid, Properties. Click the Server Types tab
and make sure "Log on to network is checked"
Reboot if necessary, and dial back in. Make sure you get asked for a login name
and password at some point in the reboot.
It might help to create User Profiles in Windows95 so that you don't have to keep
entering your password over and over again.
To define a user profile:
- Control Panel, Users and enable User Profiles.
- Restart Windows, and provide a UserName.
- A password is optional, and if you leave it blank, you'll never be asked for this login
name again (until you delete the .PWL file)
After you "Login" to Windows95, you can save passwords for most Microsoft
services, including the dial-in accounts as well as Frontpage accounts.
If you start using the same user account name for multiple services, it makes it a
little faster and nicer if you synchronize passwords across the sites (manually, of
|Microsoft Article defining the almost latest issues with FP2002
extensions... see http://support.microsoft.com/directory/article.asp?ID=KB;EN-US;Q298827
if you have
After you upgrade your Microsoft Internet Information Services-based Web
site to the Microsoft FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions or SharePoint Team
Services from Microsoft, the include components and shared borders are not
displayed correctly. The body of the main page is displayed as part of the
shared border or the include component, appearing to duplicate data
throughout the page. Also, after you insert a PhotoGallery or an Include
page, you see the path to the page rather than the content of the page. In
Normal view in FrontPage, the page appears correctly, but when you view it
in a Web browser, you see only the path.