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biandtlp 4th June 2009 13:51

Can't create admin
 
Hi all,
today i've installed ispconfig 3 on my server but i have some problem.

1) I cant' create user admin, in type there is user or admin but i can press only in user. Why?

2) Now i have only 1 user call admin but it's type is : user so i can't create anything because receive this message : The max. number of XXX for your account is reached.

XXX= web domains, Ftp User, etc...

Someone can understand what kind of problem I have?
Thanks in advance

till 4th June 2009 14:37

1) There is a user named admin, there is no need to create a new user and of course you can not create a second user of the same name.

2) A admin naver has the type user. Do not create anything in the sys user table! If you need a user you will have to create a new client.

biandtlp 4th June 2009 14:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 192181)
1) There is a user named admin, there is no need to create a new user and of course you can not create a second user of the same name.

2) A admin naver has the type user. Do not create anything in the sys user table! If you need a user you will have to create a new client.

Thanks for reply but maybe you're not understand my problem.

My user admin is a user. In my first login is an admin, but after my firt logout it has became user. I don't understand why...

Now i can't create a new client because i receive error: The max. number of client for your account is reached.

till 5th June 2009 11:37

You can change the user type in the sys_user table back to admin with e.g. phpmyadmin.

biandtlp 6th June 2009 13:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by till (Post 192387)
You can change the user type in the sys_user table back to admin with e.g. phpmyadmin.

Thank you man! now everything works!


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