JSI Tip 5979. How do I host a FrontPage Web site on a clustered file share?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 324320 contains the following summary:

This article describes the configuration that you must use when you host a FrontPage Web site on a clustered file share. You must follow these steps because FrontPage uses the Internet Information Services (IIS) Web server's request user identity (such as the anonymous user account) to create files and folders. FrontPage uses the local computer system account (that is,machinename$) to do administrative tasks on the file system. Because this scenario only works in an environment with Kerberos authentication, you must enable Kerberos authentication either through one of the cluster administration tools (Cluadmin.exe or Cluster.exe).

NOTE: If you are using Windows 2000, you must be using Service Pack 3.

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