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I would like to create an intranet site

By Patrick Horn ·
What I want to do is create an intranet site where network users can go to access company information. I want to put out a monthly newsletter, service manuals and whatever comes to mind on the site. I have a server that is running IIS, and we access an existing intranet site to do our timesheets, expense reports, and other things tied to our accounting system that was set-up by them. To access the site we type: http://servername/sitename. I want to do just this with an intercompany website. I am using Frontpage to design the site, but I need help and instruction on publishing it to the server. Many thanks, Pat......

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by LMon In reply to I would like to create an ...

Go here:


http://www.domainz.net.nz/downloads/frontpageuserguide.pdf


http://www.webworkshop.org/frontpage/without_extensions.htm

http://www.frontpage2002.com/frontpage_2002_tutorial_guide.htm

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by dmiddltn In reply to I would like to create an ...

Load frontpage extensions on that IIS server you have.
Use Frontpage for development and publish it to..
http://servername/newsitename
You can also use NTFS permissions to restrict certain parts of the site based upon supplied credentials, or how the person is logged on to their computer.

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