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While using Frontpage 2000 and trying to publish to the web updates to my site, I keep getting this message: Server error: Cannot open"www.mysite.com.conf" no such file or folder.

I do not know what to do, this has never happend before and don´t understand what the message error means.

It seems to be looking for a file called www.mysite.com.conf in the server.

 

I have carefully typed and rechecked the spelling that I enter in the upload window and I keep getting the same error message. In the space that says: Specify the location to publish your web to:, I carefully write www.mysite.com

 

Any ideas on what might be happening ?

 

Thanks

 

Oso G.

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If you have not done so already, please open a Help Desk ticket using the link at the top of this page and someone will take a look and correct the problem.

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Change your publish to destination to the URL of your web site. The error is www.mysite.com.conf so change that to www.mysite.com and you should be okay.

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That precisely is the problem, I type www.mysite.com and the error message replies back Server error: Cannot open"www.mysite.com.conf" no such file or folder.

Who or what is adding the .conf ending to the url address ?

Any ideas ?

Is there something in Frontpage that might be adding this ending ?

Should I reset the Frontpage exensions for my website ?

 

Oso G.

 

 

 

If you have not done so already, please open a Help Desk ticket using the link at the top of this page and someone will take a look and correct the problem.

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Quick update on this problem.

Just as mysteriously as the problem occured for the first time, it went away. Without me changing any setting.

Any theories on what might had ocurred ?

 

Thanks to all for your guidance.

 

Oso G.

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