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Old 5th August 2010, 16:59
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Default What' the difference between sys_user and client table?

What' the difference between sys_user and client table?
There is some documentation of this?
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The sys_user and sys_group table holds the user and group records and permissions for everything in the ispconfig interface. The client table is only there to store the clients address and some limits. This is splitted to have the ability to provide more then one login per client / reseller. If you think of larger corporations which have more then one administrator and dont want to share the same username and password for all administrators.
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