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    How to edit my ASP pages on onother NT Server?

    I have placed my ASP pages on onother NT Server, which
    is constantly connected to the Internet.

    What is the best way to allow me to edit my ASP pages
    from any computer, connected to the internet?
    But I should not be allowed access to any other
    files on this server.

    Thank you.
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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy Jeremy W.'s Avatar
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    You could grab a file management utility (www.totalasp.co.uk has several) and set the "root" directory just to that one directory.

    This would allow it to browse all of the subdirectories, but not to go any farther "up" the tree to any "important" areas.
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    Use Microsoft Visual InterDev.

    It's a great production tool to manage multiple servers/Web applications, etc.

    If you want a more detailed list of the features and stuff, I'd be happy to get them for you.

    NOTE: It's not like FrontPage. lol, much better.

    Also, don't believe some of the garbage people say about it. The only problems I've ever truly seen with it come from the end-users' stupidity.

    Hope this helped. 'Till next time..
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    Hi,

    I'd have to agree with goober, visual interdev is definitly the way to go.

    It is better than FrontPage but I wouldn't use Interdev to edit HTML in a design view
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    I was considering getting Visual Interdev this weekend, but is t any good?

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    You can edit your asp pages from any computer with this utility - http://freewebftp.com

    It doesn't have the same features as Interdev, it mainly a text editor but you won't need to install it on every computer you wish to use to edit your website.
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    Say WHA?! goober's Avatar
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    Visual InterDev is definitely the way to go.

    There are so many nifty tricks, etc., that I still haven't discovered them all, and probably won't for a very long time.

    If you have any trouble with InterDev, I'm sure Al or I could help you out.

    BUY IT NOW.
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    I've had a lot of luck just using my ftp client (i use ws_ftp) you can just right click on the file you want to edit, then select 'edit file' and it will open it up in a notepad window. You can do whatever you want with it, then hit 'save' and the FTP program will upload the changes for you. Sure, it doesn't have nearly the functionality as Interdev, but if you just need to changes a few lines really quick, you can't beat it.
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