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From "Kevin Everts" <>
Subject Re: Replacing IIS with Apache on Win2k
Date Thu, 18 Apr 2002 12:27:18 GMT
I need to keep it on Win2k because we have a lot of shares on that drive so that people can
make changes to documents in the intranet.  I'm not entirely happy with this, but I don't
have any say in that decision.

Thanks for the link, I will definitely check it out.

Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2002 11:45:32 +1000
To: <>
From: "Andrew Kenna" <>
Subject: RE: Replacing IIS with Apache on Win2k
Message-ID: <46B1BBD1961A564E9BE4B97238B3EF0C0739C9@exchangeserver>

Yes you can do all of that with FP Extensions. Why don't you also ask =
permission if you can move everything over to a Linux platform if you =
are sick of applying security patches to fix micro$oft's problems.

The web site that has the apache stuff for frontpage extensions is =


-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Everts []
Sent: Thursday, 18 April 2002 11:38 AM
Subject: Replacing IIS with Apache on Win2k

I am getting sick of applying all kinds of patches for IIS on my =
intranet server.  I was given permission install Apache if I can get
everything working correctly, so I need to have a couple questions =

First, we use FrontPage 2002 server extensions, can I run FP02SE's with

Second, we currently restrict access to webpage's by using NT =
permissions on
the files/folders themselves.  If I use apache, will they still be able =
restrict access to the permissions by using NTLM?

One more question, we have a lot of subweb's, so that only certain =
can modify certain pages.  Can I do the same type of thing with Apache?


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