- One or more lists are set to use the Don't Publish setting in Microsoft FrontPage 2002.
- The default document that is configured in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) on the source server uses a different file name than the default document that is configured in IIS on the destination server. For example, this issue may occur if the default document on the target server is configured to use the Default.htm file and the default document on the destination server is configured to use the Default.asp file.
- Microsoft Project Server 2002 is installed on either the source server or on the target server, and the Onet.xml file that is associated with Microsoft Project Server replaced the Onet.xml file that is associated with SharePoint Team Services.
- Make sure that the default document that is configured in IIS on the source server and in IIS on the destination server use the same file name, and then republish the Web site.
For more information about how to configure the default document in IIS, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:320051 How to configure the default document in Internet Information Services
- In Microsoft FrontPage, turn off the Don't Publish setting that is configured on the Web pages that contain the lists, and then republish the Web site. To turn off the Don't Publish setting and include a Web page in the publishing process, folow these steps:
- Start FrontPage, and then the open your Web page.
- On the View menu, click
- Right-click the Web page that you want to configure, and then click to clear the Don't Publish check box.
Article ID: 835739 - Last Review: Mar 29, 2017 - Revision: 3