Thanks Tom, the problem is that only works for converting an existing
virtual directory into a new subweb and doesn't actually allow you to see
one that exists inside a web. It's a good feature though that I didn't know
Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
> > I believe this document is incorrect. Virtual directories have never
> > able to be seen by FP even if they are in the physical directory path of
> > virtual server. I just tried it on FP 2000 and 2002 clients and
> > just to verify that there wasn't some trick that the article was using
> > still came up with the expected results. The thing is the virtual
> > directories have the same level of control (more to the point the lack
> > thereof) by IIS regarldess of whether or not they are in or out of the
> > directory path of the virtual server.
> > Hope this helps,
> > Mark Fitzpatrick
> > Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
> > > I've added a virtual directory to my web in IIS5.0 (on Win2kpro) but
> > cannot
> > > see it when I open the web in Frontpage 2000. Knowledge Base Article
> > > Q229893 states:
> > > When you open a Web in FrontPage 98 or Visual InterDev, certain
> > > directories in the Web are not viewable.
> > > The FrontPage Server Extensions will work with a virtual directory
> > > the content area. For example, if your content root is
> > > and you create a virtual directory with a physical path of
> > > you cannot edit the content inside D:\FolderName with FrontPage or
> > > InterDev. Because this data in D:\FolderName is outside of the Web
> > > area (C:\InetPub\wwwroot), the FrontPage Server Extensions cannot find
> > > content.
> > > NOTE: This configuration CAN be used in FrontPage 2000 with the
> > > 2000 Server Extensions.
> > > How?
> > > Thanks