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Old 30th August 2011, 17:58
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Default ISPConfig getting worse by the day

Trying to add a new site to "The Perfect Server" with ISPConfig 3. The Control Panel used to at least create everything and accessing worked fine (like phpMyAdmin, FTP, etc.) Now ISPConfig is creating all of the accounts, like a new FTP user for new domain. Shows up in ISPConfig 3 panel fine....doesn't work. Created MySql Database. While the table was always empty, at least the database name was there (as shown perfectly in CP), now had to manually name the database as well. Trying to connect and transfer files w/ FTP says "503 Login Authentication Failed". "Critical Error" Turned right around and logged into original site with same FTP credentials just fine. Settings in ISPConfig CP are "fine". ISPConfig seems to be getting worse with each passing day. Nothing works really at all.
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