Updating server extensions
After the Server Extensions are copied to a host computer's hard drive, they must be added to each new Front Page web that is created.
On some platforms this is initiated automatically by the Front Page client setup program.
The Microsoft Front Page web publishing software has existed for over 18 years, with official mainstream support dropped for the product by Microsoft on 4/14/2009, and with extended support ending on 4/8/2014.
With the official extended support ending just a month away, it's important to start transitioning to newer web publishing software to maintain your website going forward.
In your case your website is the client and the SSL certificate for the server likely isn't valid.
The only thing we could do on our end is to move the package to a different location which doesn't require SSL.
I wish Joomla had a checkbox to temporarily turn off ca verification for updates.
Upgrading the Server Extensions Installing the Front Page Server Extensions on Windows Installing the Front Page Server Extensions on UNIX Installing the HTML Administration Forms This topic describes installing the Front Page Server Extensions on a Web server machine.
If you don't have an Azure subscription, you can create a new subscription when you make your first purchase.
To use an existing Azure subscription for billing, you must have at least Co-administrator permissions for that subscription.
If you don't have permissions, have an Azure Account Administrator or Service Administrator go to the Azure classic portal and add you as Co-administrator to the Azure subscription that you want to use for billing.
Project collection administrators with Edit collection-level information permissions can install extensions.
If you don't have permissions, you can request extensions instead.
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Below is a table showing the various versions of Front Page over the years, along with the dates in which support from Microsoft ended for each product.