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Default Migrate existing users to ISPC

Hi,

I am rather newbe in Linux and ISPConfig, so please be patient for my questions.

I've installed Open SuSe 10.2(perfect setup tutorial) and ISPConfig.
Everything works fine.

I have another system Mandriva 2006, I found toutorial how to migrate users from system to system and it works fine too.

Question is: is it possible to migrate this users to ISPConfig?

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Andre
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Old 14th March 2007, 14:27
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Question is: is it possible to migrate this users to ISPConfig?
Yes, either create the Users in the ISPConfig interface or use the remoting framework if you have a large number of users.

You may want to disable the username prefix in ISPConfig to be able to enter the usernames without the web[ID]_ prefix.
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