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Old 14th April 2013, 19:22
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Default How to allow admin edit domains (reassign domain to different Client) ?


maybe somenone can help me..

Now - in menu Client=Doimains i cannot edit the domain. When i click on domain and assign it to different client it is not saved.
I can imagine why it is so... it brings some problems.
but actually not so much
- dns can be reassigned
- web site can be reassigned
- mail can be reassigned
- only database has to be deleted and created again...

Anyway, in reall life i have to sometimes assign domain with existing services under different Client

As i'm using multiserver setup i have then to edit domain table in 4 dbispconfig databases manually which is really anoying...

What exactly should i change to allow admin edit domains and assign it to different Client?
something in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/client/domain_edit.php ?

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