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Old 12th August 2011, 21:50
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Default Change the location of the clients on ISPConfig3

Hello everyone,

I need to change the location of the clients from /var/www to /home, well I've already moved the folders, created symlinks to replace the old ones, changed the settings in the ISPConfig control panel, but the problem I am facing now is to change the default location of the ftp users.

By default ISPConfig creates new ftp users to the /var/www/clients/etc. so I need to change that value in ISPConfig.

I am not sure what other values need to be changed or if any.

If anyone can help me with that that would be perfect.

Thank you all,
Alex.
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