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How do I work out the site logon info in the contributekey? - Macromedia Contribute Connection Administrtion

Hi I'm trying to access the files for my website using ftp protocol software so that I can copy the entire website and transfer to a new host. However, I've accessed where I thought the files should be and theiy're not there. The designers who originally uploaded the website and created the key I used to gain access via Contribute - have lost all the info they used. I've checked my computer for .stc files, in case I still have the key saved, but I haven't found it. Therefore, the only way I can see I'm going to find out ...

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    Default How do I work out the site logon info in the contributekey?

    Hi
    I'm trying to access the files for my website using ftp protocol software so
    that I can copy the entire website and transfer to a new host. However, I've
    accessed where I thought the files should be and theiy're not there. The
    designers who originally uploaded the website and created the key I used to
    gain access via Contribute - have lost all the info they used. I've checked my
    computer for .stc files, in case I still have the key saved, but I haven't
    found it. Therefore, the only way I can see I'm going to find out exactly where
    the website is actually hosted is by finding out what info Contribute on my
    computer has been using to access the website during all the recent, successful
    updates. Can anyone help me to work out where my website is hosted!?!?!?
    Thanks.: confused;

    Oyinade Guest

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    Default Re: How do I work out the site logon info in thecontribute key?

    Hey - I answered my own question! I found how to do it all in 'Administer
    sites'. For your interest, the details Contribute uses are the same as the ones
    I was already using so I tried something else. Using the ftp software I
    browsed backwards through the directories and found that there was another 'web
    folder a few levels back and, hey presto, that's where my files were. Phew!

    Oyinade Guest

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