This step-by-step article describes how (after you migrate your Web site) to check your Web site to make sure that the migration completed successfully. You can do this by using the Microsoft FrontPage Extensions or by using Microsoft FrontPage. This document describes how to use both products to check and to fix your migrated Web sites.
You can recalculate the links in a Web site by using the FrontPage Extensions to identify any potential problems in a Web site and then to fix the problems by updating the files directly.
You must have the FrontPage Extensions installed on your computer.
To do this using the Fpsrvadm utility:
To open a command prompt, click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, and then click Command Prompt.
Change directories to where the file Fpsrvadm.exe is located, and then type the following command line where nnn is the port number and hostname is host name of the site that you want to check and to recalculate:
fpsrvadm.exe -o recalc -p nnn -m hostname
Assuming the process works correctly, you do not receive any error output from the site. If any errors are reported, check the errors and fix the problem before recalculating the site again.