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frontpage extensions...not working?

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  1. cz1179

    cz1179 BANNED

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    I'm getting this same FrontPage error on many of my servers and I'm sure some others can duplicate this problem

    "The server could not complete your request. Contact your internet service provider or web server administrator to make sure that the server has frontpage extensions or sharepoint services installed."

    403 Forbidden
    Forbidden You don't have permission to access /_vti_bin/_vti_aut/author.exe on this server. Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

    Steps taken:
    -uninstall extensions
    -clean extensions
    -install extensions
    -/scripts/updatenow
    -/scripts/upcp --force

    Server Specs...
    RHE, Centos, Fedora Core 1&2 (tested all, same error)
    Cpanel 9.9.9 R-14 and C13 (tested both).

    Can someone else duplicate this?
     
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    I ran:

    /scripts/setupfp5
    (gives the error below)
    What is the servername you want to setup? server.mydomain.com
    /usr/local/apache/htdocs/public_html does not exist or is not a directory!

    /scripts/updatefp
    /scripts/updatenow
    /scripts/updatefrontpage
    /scripts/initfpsuexec
    find /home -name "service.pwd" -exec chmod -v 600 {} ';'


    Still doesn't work.
     
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    Did you try uninstalling and re-installing through WHM? That's the only thing left, as far as I know.
     
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    I can't do that for 100+ domains on the server :) That's virtually going to take too long of a time and not how it should work anyway. I'm surprised cpanel techs have not resopnded to previous similiar issue by others
     
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    But you could do it for one to see if it fixes the problem.
     
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    Nothing wants to work with FP extensions on any servers regardless Fedora, Centos or Enterprise. Unreal

    /scripts/updatenow
    /scripts/initfpsuexec
    find /home -name "service.pwd" -exec chmod -v 600 {} ';
    /scripts/updatefrontpage

    When I type
    find /home -name "service.pwd" -exec chmod -v 600 {} ';
    It shows
    >

    What am I supposed to do there?
     
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    GOT Get Proactive!

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    Sometimes recompiling apache (/scripts/easyapache) has cleared up mysterious frontpage problems.
     
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    it is not like
    find /home -name "service.pwd" -exec chmod -v 600 {} ';

    it is
    find /home -name "service.pwd" -exec chmod -v 600 {} ';'
     
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