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FRONTPAGE WARNING: Any changes to your .htaccess file outside of Microsoft Frontpage may corrupt your Microsoft Frontpage extensions and render your site inaccessible. If you are using Frontpage, do not use the Control Panel to create password protected directories, instead use Frontpage to protect the directories.

Because we do not allow telnet access, we offer a utility which allows you to setup password protected directories using your Control Panel. This utility is called Password Protector and can be used to create .htaccess and .htpasswd files.

More information on htaccess can be found on the following web sites:

How do I remove password protection for a directory I password protected with the Password Protector?

Using your FTP program, delete the .htaccess and .htpasswd file from the directory you wish to stop protecting.