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    Nov 2009

    Change the permission level of a user in Frontpage

    In FrontPage, an administrator can change the level of access to a website that has been assigned to a user. There are three types of authorization:

    • Explorer - the user can view the Web site files (read access only).
    • Create - the user can view and edit files in the website (right to read and write).
    • Administer - The user can view and edit files in the website and may also add and delete users (full access).

    By default, all subwebs inherit the permission settings that were assigned to their parent site, but you can set unique permissions for a subsite.

    1. On the Tools menu, point to Security, and then click Permissions.

    2. If the subweb uses permissions identical to those of its parent Web site, click Use unique permissions for this web site, then click the Apply button.

    3. Click the Users tab.

    4. Select a user and click Edit.

    5. Under the user can select the type of access you want to assign.

  2. #2
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    Jun 2009

    Re: Change the permission level of a user in Frontpage

    Some tips on working with Front Page 2000

    • The possible FP98/2000 Security settings for Web (Tools-> Security-> permissions) overlap with the management console for the web server opportunities. Precaution should be for the Web is using the management console and make settings for using FP functions that are not possible, the console on (for specific users - administrators add-anonymous - do not access and FP). If the FP2000 FP-specific user groups for website creation and management were in port, you can the rights and NT User Manager, type / to change simply by the desired user receives the desired group.

    • Importing and Expo centering files between Web (FP) and file system (Explorer) is in FP 2000 as well as with FP98: file system file, paste in FP Web Copy is it vice versa does not work.

    • Still can any Frontpage font attributes Windows style (font type, font size), such as when working in Word and share with. This inflates the HTML code on unnecessary and is all on different browsers do not always display correctly before. Better) the use of modern style-sheets (see Word-style sheets.

    • Front Page 2000 shall automatically when you open a Web link to the Web in the Explorer under the entry "Web Folders" on. There you can own links to any web addresses also create. You for your Schenllzugriff on a Web. If one flips open web folder in Explorer such, we see the file's contents - as in the FrontPage Explorer. You can also copy files, even from the Web into the file system - but with certain limitations, because access to web-based Weborder not give up and file sharing is about.

    • Sometimes you want files (PDFs, EXEs, etc.) from the file system or another source (network share, CDROM, etc.) directly - such as Webroot's) copy (near Front Page - in the weaving under. Front Page, this may not like because it is "behind his back" happens and the management information (who has copied the file?) Are missing. Of course this way works, but to be such a copy operation Frontpage shoot before and after opening. When you open Front Page sees the new files and displays them correctly without any issue. Generally you should but the import method (copy paste file in FP) give preference to.

    • If you want from the Web into the file system to transfer files, then the only way of exports from Frontpage or - if you have access to the file system of the web server has a direct - the files directly "take" from the Webbreich to. On your own machine that runs the web server, this is always the easiest way to "files to" see. For remote access would have the desired weaving an additional file-sharing (enable) give up. On NT, you should be paid to security settings (which also apply to the Web! For) not change and desired share permission for the release set the permission.

    • If you want to secure a web server user data or completely transferred to another server, is also the possibility of copying with XCOPY. All administrative records (_vti. ..) of Front Page, which contains no useful data are "hidden" and are in XCOPY sensibly not copied.

    • To transfer a web on a different web server (eg Apache) on UNIX, there are no special features. If you use SAMBA UNIX, you can drive there weaving as the Explorer and the mapping of the user's own file system (no front page) directly to the server copy. Alternatively, one may want to target Web server to publish it, unless it has the appropriate permissions there.

    • If front page with a Web administration got confused is the one time (files were "surreptitiously" copies) may, if need any administrative information (hidden folder) into the appropriate folders to delete. In the root web you should not delete all the hidden folder, because everything else is not working FP.

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