damn... probably didn't get ther fast enough on that one...
science guy, not that it's absolutly definitly going to be a problem for you, but it's always best to try to guard your IP address... there are these idiots out there on the web with tools that need an IP address before they can attempt to hack you, I.e they have a tool that will try all (or some) known exploits for a system on any given address. (so if your firewall logs reported a lot of activity last might, then you'll know why!).
unless you physicaly want us, (us as in the rest of the world) to look at something you're doing try to keep that a bit more closly guarded.
if you look at the machine that is the server from your computer (I'm assuming they are different machines). what do you see? or try going on the actual server machine and navigating to http://localhost
i.e if the servers IP address on your network is 192.168.0.1 type that into the address bar, if it's called myserver try typing that into the address bar, if you are on the server type localhost in the address bar, or type 127.0.0.1
you should see a welcome to the apache server web page.
if you see that then you should be ready to start adding pages to your 'site', when I say pages I mean that all the scripts that you will be working on will be contained within HTML pages. in the following manner.
that welcome to apache web page is in c:\program files\apache group\apache2\htdocs
but if you look in the file
c:\program files\apache group\apache2\conf\httpd.conf you can change the directory that apache looks at to find web pages.
try this page to get you started in vbscript in a web page.