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Old 4th March 2011, 15:33
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Then you can only create a vhost file manually and place it in the sites-enabled folder and disable the site in ispconfig.

I know a lot of commercial and open source cms ystems from small systems to enterprise wide installs and never seen one that has no configuration option for the path. You might want to contact the developers of the cms and ask them where to change the path, as I cant believe that such a path is hardcoded.
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