I have a weird issue with FrontPage on my FreeBSD and Cpanel stable server. I've searched and not found a similar thread. I've had three new customers over the last few weeks using FrontPage with this same issue. When FrontPage publishes the site, the local "index.htm" page is being renamed to "\" on the server side. The local version is still called "index.htm". FrontPage thinks they are the same file but yet displays the remote file as "\". In one case, the customer is using FP 2003. She was able to rename the file on the server called "\" as "index.htm" and that fixed her problem. She got a warning message asking of she really wanted to rename that file. She did, and it worked. Her index page now publishes correctly. In the most recent case, the customer is using FP 2000. He was not able to rename that server-side file through FP 2000. If I rename it under SSH, it breaks the page extensions. I copied the "\" file to "index.htm", deleted the "\" file and had him republish. The "\" file comes back and the "index.htm" file I copied is broken (no navigation, backgrounds, etc.). I have Apache set to also recognize "home.htm" as a first page so I had him make a copy of his "index.htm" page as "home.htm" and that page comes up and works. Not a fix, but a work-around. The third customer somehow fixed it himself. He just said a friend helped him and he didn't know what was done to solve it. Has anyone else seen this? Any ideas what may be causing it? Would you suspect this is a FrontPage issue, user error, or a server extensions issue? I don't have FP myself, but where this has happened to three people now, it seems to be a real issue. Thoughts?