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Frontpage 2000 Server Extensions Question

Frontpage 2000 Server Extensions Question

Frontpage 2000 Server Extensions Question

I just upgraded from FP98 to FP2000 server extensions on my Sun Sparc running Netscape Enterprise Web Server v3.62 under Solaris 2.6. The extensions seem to work fine with either the FP98 or FP2000 client. However, I can't get the HTML administration forms to run correctly. They all come back with the following error:

The server administration programs and the server extensions on the web server are not compatible. The server is too old to use with this administration program.

The server administration programs and the server extensions were all installed under the /urs/local/frontpage/Version4.0 directory by the fp_install.sh script using the fp40.solaris.tar file, so what does this error message mean? Thanks for your help!

RE: Frontpage 2000 Server Extensions Question

Why on earth are you using NEWS? Go get Apache!

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