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Resolution: >> Make sure you are publishing to http://yourdomain.com and NOT to http://www.yourdomain.com.
If you have FrontPage extensions installed, you should NOT use FTP or any other method of uploading to your site as doing so will cause errors. To fix the errors we may need to delete and reload FP extensions.
  We often see this error being reported, even when the extensions have been installed. If you get this error, please contact support and we'll make sure the extensions are installed and repair them if necessary.     ...
FTP into your account. Go to your root web directory then Go to _vti_pvt/ remove "service.lck" file. This usually happens when FrontPage session is interrupted before completion. If you cannot do this contact at support@wiplsupport.com.  
Please login to your Helm Control Panel and re-install your FP extensions. FrontPage extensions are easily corrupted. If you get this error even though you know the extensions are installed, there is a good chance that your extensions are corrupted. &nbs...
This error may occur either because the password entered in not correct or the action you are attempting requires administrative permissions. You will need to sent a request at support@wiplsupport.com.Most actions do not require this type of permission le...
Use the following steps for publishing your web site files with Microsoft FrontPage. Open FrontPage and go to the web site you have designed. Click on “File”, then “Publish Web…” at the top of the FrontPage screen. You will be asked to “Ente...
If the subdomain is test.yourdomain.com you need to click publish then publish the site to http://yourdomain.com/test. You will then be able to view the files with http://test.yourdomain.com.
This will happen when the "Destination Web Name" is filled in when publishing to our server.   This box should be left blank. If you put any other name in this box it will create a subdirectory off of your root web and copy all of your files int...
Sometimes, it is necessary to separate a large web into smaller subwebs. A great, new feature in FrontPage 2000/2002 has been added to avoid the hassles of having to create a new web by importing folders of another web. With two simple clicks of the mouse...
This difficulty arises when the uploading link times out in the process of copying the web to our server.   The only suggestion Microsoft has offered so far is to break the main web into a group of sub webs on your PC, then upload these individuall...
First, you must make sure that your domain name is live and pointing to the server that your hosting account is on. You will NOT be able to publish to the server, if your domain name is not yet working.Second, make sure that you have enabled Front Page Ex...
The "Default Document" of your web is automatically renamed by the server to what is required by the configuration of the server.   For example, if you've named the main page "index.html", it may be renamed "default.html". Just check the links to ...
Microsoft does not recommend you use any FTP program when FrontPage extensions are installed.However, you can use FTP to a certain extent:   You can download/upload log files, scripts, zip files, and change permission on scripts with problems. Ther...
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