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Old 15th April 2009, 19:30
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Default access client site without using domain?

I'm having trouble accessing client sites using the host webserver address plus the username, and I believe it is caused by some error I made when setting up ISPConfig 3.0.1.1.

What is the correct address to access a client's website using the server's address... not the client's domain name?

For example, if the server is dev.myfakedomain.com and the client's web username is bobshop, do I access the site with:
"http://dev.myfakedomain.com/users/bobshop", or
"http://dev.myfakedomain.com/bobshop.com/web/", or
"http://dev.myfakedomain.com/~bobshop?"

I can't seem to find a combination that works. Is there a server setting that enables/disables this feature?

Thanks!
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