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Old 13th June 2009, 18:31
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Default Problem with my ISPconfig installation

Hi all
I come to install ISPconfig on my server but after the installation, i can't reach the url with the specific port 81. I try to check the root directory of my installation but i find nothing, and i notice that after the installation, all the files from the directory where I start the installation have been removed, i want to know if it's normal.
I try also to uninstall ISPconfig v2 to install v3 but I can't do that, files needed for this action have been removed after the previous installation.

I want to know what should I do to solve this problem, thx !!
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