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Old 18th March 2007, 12:31
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Hey all, I screwed up and deleted the client that was associated with my website and now I can't associate anyone with it. I click on move websites and it says From: [] and you can't select anyone in the to field. How do I fix this? Anyone know what table it's under in ispconfig db?
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1) Do NEVER edit the data in the database manually if you dont want to mess them up.

2) Just undelete the client before you move the website to another client.
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