On 2/2/07, Casey Crookston <caseyc at intellisoftmn.com> wrote: > Hi, > > > > A client is using FP to edit a few html pages on their site. We just > gave the site a face lift and in the process we removed a bunch of html > files and added a bunch of new ones. Didn't change any permissions, > didn't change anything in IIS. Now, when he tries to access the site via > FP, he gets this error: What kind of files did you remove? FP does use bot's and that might be part of it. > Along with a prompt for user name and password. According the Microsoft > (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813522) the solution lies on his end. > This makes no sense as he didn't make any changes and I don't want to > suggest this solution w/o some more due diligence on my part. I also > found a few other posts to various forums on the same error, but none > offered a legitimate solution. > Can you log in as him? Also do you have FP on your machine? Can you see his files with FP?? > > > He is using FP2000 and the site is hosted on Windows Server 2003. Yes, > I know FP is going away. He has been keeping his site up to date this > way for 5+ years and we are in the process of weaning him. But for now, > we need this functionality back. > FP2k should not be a issue in Win Server 03. Again the first thing that I would check to see if you can log in as him. That way you can see what he is seeing, or not seeing.