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Old 26th October 2009, 02:16
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Question Unable to create database in ISPConfig, ISP Manager > Site > Options tab)

I am missing "New" button in Options tab of any of my web sites for creating database. I had to re-install my server (I had backup of entire hard disk from old centos5.1/ispconfig install) everything seems to be working except that I don't have option to create DB using ISPConfig version 2.2.33

I followed Falko's instruction to restore ISPConfig I had
http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2717

Any ideas what to check, to get NEW button in Options tab
See attachment (how my options tab looks like)
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