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Frontpage generates _vti_cnf and other folders which are no use to me - Frontpage is slow and my external publishing program can't distiguish regular files and _vti_cnf files. Is there a way to configure Frontpage not to generate these folders???

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If you're not using anything that uses Frontpage extensions, then yes you can get rid of them.

Firstly, turn off Frontpage extensions on the web server. Then in Frontpage under Tools > Page Options > Authoring select "None". Then you can delete all the Frontpage folders that start with a _.

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Does not work - the _vti_cnf folder is regenerated when I open a page. –  Joe Oct 20 '11 at 14:24
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No. There is no way to stop the Frontpage program from creating those folders. They are integral in how Frontpage works.

Suggestions:

  1. upgrade your computer - Frontpage is an ancient program that should fly on any machine built in the past 4 years.

  2. Get rid of Frontpage. I honestly didn't know anyone has used it since Expression Web came out.

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What does upgrading your computer have to do with Frontpage's folders? –  TheLQ Oct 26 '11 at 3:50
    
@TheLQ: The problem the OP is having "frontpage is slow". Considering how old that program is, it's obvious that the machine is probably ancient as well. Getting a decent machine should solve a number of the slowness issues. Of course, there may be other underlying problems, really slow internet, slow server, etc. –  Chris Lively Oct 26 '11 at 14:40
    
I would say really slow internet before really slow computer. But I see where your coming from though –  TheLQ Oct 26 '11 at 21:10
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