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Help with WSS 2.0 installed server

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 24, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi there, please excuse my ignorance but I have designed a website using html and accessed a server where WSS 2.0 is installed. Currently there is a website on the server and have been asked to remove it.

Once gaining ftp access I dont see any files on the server (eg: default.aspx) yet when i visit the website the main page is default.aspx.

Im assuming that aspx is a technology which i dont understand so just wanted to ask if anyone can guide me with a few words.

Can I just upload my html files and the site will work?

How or where do I find the file/folder that has the default.aspx file in it so that I can delete it?

If it helps, when I login via ftp i see the following.

domainname.com
   _vti_pvt
   aspnet_client
   wpresources
WebData
   domainname.com
WebLogs
   domainname.com

 

Cheers

Mal




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