||A port number
||An integer, such as 80, or a virtual server name followed by an integer, such as sample.microsoft.com:80
For IIS 4.0 Web servers and later, you can use
-m InstanceNumber instead of
-m HostName -p nnnn
||A FrontPage-extended web name
||The URL of a directory, relative to the root of the content area, such as /mydirectory
||A Web server type
apache, apache-fp (Apache with FrontPage patch), ncsa, netscape-enterprise, netscape-fasttrack, stronghold
frontpage, msiis (Microsoft Internet Information Services), mspws (Microsoft Personal Web Server), netscape-fasttrack, netscape-enterprise, website
||A Web server configuration file
||A full pathname, such as /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf
||A virtual server's name or IP address.
On IIS 4.0 Web servers and later, this argument is used to specify an instance number.
|An IP address or full WWW host name, as in 172.20.65.43, or sample.microsoft.com.
On IIS 4.0 and later, an instance number, such as /LM/W3SVC/10.
The empty string "" signifies that the server is not multi-hosted.
||A user name
||On IIS, this value must be either a Windows NT user account name or a Windows NT group name, and can be qualified with a domain name, for example domain\username.
On UNIX and other non-IIS servers, this is a new or existing user name in the Web serverís access list. You should not use a UNIX user name for this value because it could be easily guessed.
||A password string, such as 124Xyz. This value is not needed on IIS servers.
||An IP address
||An IP address, such as 172.22.12.12
||The level of access being granted
||One of the following values:
administrators, authors, users, remove.
Specifying remove removes all access for the account.
||A URL of a file or folder in a FrontPage-extended web
||For the Putfile and Recalcfile commands, a URL relative to the top-level directory of the web, such as
For the Setdirexec and Setdirnoexec commands, a folder URL relative to the top-level directory of the web, such as /mydirectory/newfolder.
For the Rename command, a URL, relative to the root web, such as /newsubweb.
||A file name
||A full path and file name, such as C:\Myfiles\Filename.htm
||A UNIX user account-name (this must be an existing account)
||A UNIX user account name.
||A UNIX group account-name (this must be an existing account)
||A UNIX group account name, such as "www."
||Specifies that only the contents of _vti* directories, and not users' content, is to be chowned.