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For starters, do you actually have RoboEngine? Is it installed on a Windows server running IIS? Or did you just see WebHelp Pro as an output option and decide that if WebHelp was all that and a bag of chips, ohmagawd, WebHelp Pro just HAS to be the ultimate! And go right for it?
I don't intend to be demeaning, but it happens more often than you would think.
Webhelp Pro publishes via HTTP upload, not through a file system means like all of the other layout types would. If Rick is right and you have not set up RoboEngine yet, be sure to walk through this doc as well as the permissions are a bit touchy. http://www.macromedia.com/go/rb_e01 .
Let us know if you get it up and running!
Thanks for your reponse. I have managed to work it out.
The problem I had is that the admin rights on the local drive had been removed, also there was a change to the path of the html site that the output was pointing to.