Microsoft KB Archive/169528
Article ID: 169528
Article Last Modified on 9/26/2001
- Microsoft FrontPage 97 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q169528
For a Microsoft FrontPage 98 version of this article, see 194035.
When you open or publish a FrontPage Web on a Microsoft Personal Web Server or Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) you receive the following error message:
This message appears when Microsoft Windows NT Challenge/Response security does not receive the Web author's log on identification.
To resolve this behavior, follow these steps.
Step 1. Enable Windows NT Challenge/Response Authentication
To enable Windows NT Challenge/Response Authentication, install the Client for Microsoft Networks and set it as your primary network client. To do this, follow these steps:
- On the Windows Start menu, point to settings, and then click Control Panel.
- Double-click the Network icon.
- Click the Configuration tab.
- Click Add.
- In the "Select Network Component Type" dialog box, click Client. Click Add.
- From the Manufacturers list, select Microsoft. From the Network Clients list, select "Client for Microsoft Networks." Click OK.
- From the Primary Network Logon list, select "Client for Microsoft Networks."
- Click the Identification tab.
- Fill in the Computer Name and Workgroup boxes, and then click OK.
- If you are prompted to restart Windows, click Yes.
Step 2. Configure Dial-Up Networking
- Double-click My Computer.
- Double-click Dial-Up Networking.
- Right-click the connectoid for your Internet service provider, and then click Properties.
- Click Server Type.
- Click Logon To Network.
- Click to clear the Require Encrypted Password check box.
- Click OK.
Complete these additional steps if your are using a Windows NT Server running IIS:
- On the Windows Start menu, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
- Double-click the Services icon.
- In the Service list, verify that Server and Workstation are listed and that their Status is Started.
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