Adding FrontPage user accounts
This topic applies to sites with Microsoft FrontPage Extensions enabled.
To determine whether you have these services, click Site
Information (Tools section) in the shortcuts area of the Home pageConfiguration page.
Users can publish content to your Web site directly from
their computer using Microsoft FrontPage.
To use this service:
You need to have
FrontPage Extensions enabled for your site
You need to add FrontPage
user accounts for your users
Users need to have
FrontPage installed on their computers
For systems without FrontPage Extensions, users can upload
content to the Web server using FTP, Telnet or SSH (whichever is enabled
for the site).
To add a FrontPage user account:
In the shortcuts
area of the Home pageUsers (Web Server section). The Manage Users
On the Manage Users
form, click Microsoft FrontPage Extension
Permission Management Interface.
On the login form,
type your Site Administrator user name and password.
Unless you change it in the FrontPage
Extensions interface, this is the original password of your Site Administrator
account. This password does not change when you change your Site Administrator
The FrontPage Server Extensions 2002 Web page opens
in a new window.
In the Users and
Roles section, click Manage Users.
The Manage Users form opens.
Add a User.
Complete the Add
a User form, then click Add User.
Notify the user of
the user name and password you assigned to the account. The user types
this user name and password when they open the Web in FrontPage. For more
information on opening Webs in FrontPage, see the FrontPage documentation.
Site Administrator's Help
Published April 16, 2004