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Old 3rd November 2006, 22:52
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No, if ISPConfig has been installed correctly the file must be in >>> zhis <<< location.

Is thsi your first logib in the ISPConfig admin interface?
zhis.. lol.. You are a true German :-)
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Old 9th February 2010, 23:21
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Default Instructions still valid for ISPconfig2/IPcop?

Hi,
as a real newbie in this forum I must say, thank you, got a lot of help and hints from HowtoForge over some time.

Just now I really need to know if the method given earlier in this thread is still valid.
I just installed "perfect server ISPconfig2 on Ubuntu 9.10" and since before I am running
IPcop as firewall to internet.
As soon as I put ISPconfig on my DMZ and tried to reach it I realized IPcop is not
allowing access via port 81.
Is there new edits to make or do I just follow "all of the above"?

Thanks and regards,
//millpark10
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Old 10th February 2010, 15:09
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if the method given earlier in this thread is still valid.
Yes, it's still valid.
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