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fbessone 29th October 2012 10:31

Lost permissions after upgrade
 
Hello,

i upgraded to last ispconfig version and since that a normal users instead of seeing only his websites can see all, how can i reset permissions so that each client sees only belonged websites ?

Additionally, i can no longer access ispconfig interface/phpmyadmin through https but only http.

Does anybody has an idea about it?

Thanks

till 29th October 2012 10:40

Take a look at the affected user under System > CP users and ensure that the user type is "user" and not "admin".

fbessone 29th October 2012 11:13

Thank you !
 
Thanks Till,
it was indeed changed to ADMIN. Reverted to user and now he sees only his websites.


For :8080 ispconfig panel, if i try to open it with https it reports back
Error 107 (net::ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR): SSL protocol error

How can i fix it ?
Thanks again

till 29th October 2012 11:15

The panel is only available as http or https but not http and https at the same time. So if it opens fine with http, then ssl has not been enabled for the panel during installation or update.

fbessone 29th October 2012 11:58

Ok
 
Ok, i understand. Maybe i havent selected the right option during upgrade.
Is there any chance to re-run the upgrade or to enable ssl and disable http ?

till 29th October 2012 12:16

Download the ispconfig tar.gz, unpack it and run the update.php script which is in the install folder. During update, choose to recreate the sl cert as it does not seem to exist on your server or it was stored in the wrong location so that the updater could not find it.


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