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    Structure of site in Win2k

    On hosts I have used befor I seen the directory structure like:

    /Database - Only writable area in the site.
    /HTML - Where the html and everything else resides. Appears to actually be "root" for www purposes.

    So would resolve to the /HTML directory.

    How is this done? When I create a site in IIS I assume I would just make the /HTML dir to be the root of the site. Then I would setup a ftp to point at "/" where right below that would be HTML and Database?

    You follow that? Was I clear enough? Would you do it this way?
    Stupid, but trying.

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    Apr 2001
    St. Louis, MO
    That's pretty much it. There are a couple of other directories to include; logs and CGI (if you need execute permissions).

    Hope that helps!
    Mike @ 1-877-4-XIOLINK
    Advanced Managed Microsoft Hosting
    "Your data... always within reach"

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    Yes that helped Rack-ster. Thanks.
    Stupid, but trying.

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