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Old 13th August 2011, 02:46
MetZ MetZ is offline
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Default Modify Apache httpd.conf

Hi all.

How can I set:

1) mod_rewrite enabled

2) Set AllowOverwrite to All

For every single client/domain that is added as default?? All my websites applications require these to be set to function properly.

Can I simply edit main apache conf? Or do I need to do any modifications to ISPconfig3?

Running ISPConfig3.0.3.3

thanks for any and all help provided!!
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