Old 4th November 2009, 19:09
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Default missing data in ISP manager

I recently updated to ver. 2-2-9 and when I go to any site in ISP manager there is no data for 'Domain:', as well as both DNS options, and all other options. 'Space', 'Traffic','Max. User:', and 'Max. Domain:' are all set to '-1'. When I enter the Domain name and try to access "User/Email', 'Co-Domains' etc. I get the following error
This website already has 0 user(s). You cannot decrease the number of users.
This website already has 0 domain(s). You cannot decrease the number of domains.
This website already has 0 database(s). You cannot decrease the number of databases.
. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
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Old 5th November 2009, 15:47
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