While we support network connectivity, we do not support SharePoint Designer. The following steps are available for you to try without support for the application. If you do not already have SharePoint Designer 2007, you can download it from http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21581 and install it.
After installation and opening SharePoint Designer 2007, go to File, New..., and select Web Site...
Click Import Web Site Wizard and specify a local directory (in the example, it is C:\LOCALWEB\AdmissionsTESTjaj) and click .
Select FrontPage Server Extensions or SharePoint Services, specify the URL (in the example, it is http://web.jmu.edu/admissions), check Include subsites, and click
You will be prompted to login. For the User name, enter JMUAD\ followed by your JMU e-ID and then use your JMU e-ID password for Password and click .
Check Add to current Web site and click
You will receive a notification from the Import Web Site Wizard that you have completed the process to start adding files to your Web site. Click .
A split window will appear where you see your remote files on the right side. If you do not have local files already, select the Remote to local radio button and click . If you already have local files, skip to step 10.
You will begin seeing folders and files appear on the left side where your local directory is as a progress bar shows the time remaining below.
Your local files/folders on the left and your remote files/folders on the right should now mirror one another.
In your Local Web Site (local directory) on the left, select the file you have created or changed that you want to upload to the Remote Web Site (web server) on the right. Click the arrow pointing to the right in the middle or select the Local to remote radio button and click .
You will see a progress bar that shows the application is processing Web updates for your Remote Web site (web server).
Now your new or modified file is on the Remote Web site (web server).