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Old 28th May 2009, 22:56
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Default Need Help setting up ISPconfig3 admin user

Hi all,

Since there is no ISPconfig3 manual available for now, can someone give me a heads up on how to create a admin/reseller/client on my setup.

This is totally different than My ispconfig2 server. I am wondering if I am doing this correctly.

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Old 29th May 2009, 09:08
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ISPConfig has an admin user when it is installed, so there is no need to create one.

For clientzs and resellers, just click on clients, enter the name, username and password and click on save. Resellers are also clients, just with the option enabled to create own clients.
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