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Old 3rd May 2011, 16:12
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Do not change the docroot as it will cause problems with all web apps installed from the system. ISPConfig protects its directories, so there is no need to change the docroot.

If you dont want to access ispconfig trough the symlink in /var/www, just delete the symlink:

rm /var/www/ispconfig

and restore the original docroot settings.
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