- FrontPage Extended Web
- File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol Post (HTTP Post)
- Microsoft Content Replication System (CRS)
To obtain Web Publishing Wizard 1.6 for Windows 98, click Windows Update on the Start menu, and download it from the Windows Update site.
To obtain Web Publishing Wizard 1.6 for Internet Explorer 5, click Windows Update on the Tools menu in Internet Explorer, and download it from the Windows Update site.
NOTE: To determine if you are already using the latest version of Web Publishing Wizard for Internet Explorer 4 or later configurations, visit the Product Updates page on the appropriate Windows Update site as noted above. If you have the most current version for your configuration, the Windows Update site will list it as already installed.
FrontPage Extended WebWeb Publishing Wizard can post files or folders to any server that is running the appropriate FrontPage 1.1, 2.0, or 3.0 server extensions.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)Web Publishing Wizard can post files or folders to any FTP server.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) PostWeb Publishing Wizard can post files or folders to any Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) running Microsoft Posting Acceptor, or to a server that can accept Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Post (also called "rfc1867") file uploads.
Microsoft Content Replication SystemIf Microsoft Content Replication System (CRS) is installed on your server, you can use Web Publishing Wizard to simultaneously post files and folders to multiple servers. Content Replication System is used in conjunction with Posting Acceptor.
Additional InformationWeb Publishing Wizard add-ons are available for CompuServe, SPRYNet, and Hyperwave Server users. New features and improvements in Web Publishing Wizard 1.52 and later include:
- Enhanced auto-detection of needed service providers
- Reduced network connection attempts during auto-detection
- Command-line parameters for the wizard
- Programmatic support for connection-attempt timeouts
ID do Artigo: 168636 - Última Revisão: 3 de fev de 2011 - Revisão: 1