If you're using Website Access Manager to password protect your website, you may experience issues installing Microsoft FrontPage. This is because Website Access Manager uses .htaccess files, and FrontPage interprets non-FrontPage .htaccess files as a security issue, and therefore will not install. If you wish to use FrontPage, you may need to remove your .htaccess file in order to install the software. However, keep in mind that Microsoft has recently discontinued FrontPage, so you may be better off using another web design program.
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