Hi Faustus, Could it be that you are "opening" the file in the browser, rather than "executing" it? What does your address line read? If it looks like "c:\MyASPDir\MyASPFile.asp" ... all you are going to see is "The Time is." because the ASP is not being parsed by the server. If your address line looks more like "http:\\MyComputerName\MyASPDir_which_is_under_ wwwroot_(backslash)_inetpub\MyASPFile.asp" .... and it still isn't working, then you may have something amiss in your server setup. [or something kinda sorta like that] Basically, you just need to remember that while you can 'browse' to find and view your local html files .... that tactic won't work with server-side things like ASP. Hope that was more help than confusion, Ron L. -----Original Message----- From: Faustus [mailto:faustus at privacyx.com] Subject: Re [thelist] PWS - where? I actually installed the version on my Win95 disc, but even after installing and correctly configuring my personal web server, it doesn't seem to 'understand' ASP code. ASP Page). My 'students.asp' file just shows "The time is."