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Old 26th March 2012, 12:51
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It should be possible to migrate the data with the remote frameworks. On a ispconfig 2 server the passwords of email, ftp and ssh users are stored in /etc/shadow only, so you will have to get them from that file. The password hashes are compatible, so you can add the hashed passwords that you get from the shadow file to the ispconfig 3 database. The remote api requires cleartext passwords, so it might be nescessary to inject the apsswords in the database directly or we develop a extension for the remote API that detects if a password is hashed in crypt format that skips the encryption then. Feel free to contact me in the dev forum if you have any questions regarding the api.
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