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Chapter 36. FrontPage 2002 and the Micro... > Design Corner: Considerations in Usi...

Design Corner: Considerations in Using the PWS

While you don't absolutely have to install a Web server to develop a FrontPage web, you can likely see from this chapter that the PWS has a lot to recommend it if you are designing and creating webs on a Windows 9x, NT4 Workstation, or Windows 2000 Professional machine. Even though Microsoft might not support the FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions for Windows 9x or Millennium versions of the PWS, the FrontPage 2000 extensions (which are supported) might be all you will need.

The major drawback to the PWS as a development machine is that it doesn't provide very good security, so testing for this factor will be rudimentary at best. Consequently, after the web is moved to the actual host machine, you should test its security in the new environment. If you don't have the required permissions to do so yourself, arrange for tests by the site administration.


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