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Old 9th March 2011, 19:08
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Default move ispconfig admin interface to new server

Hi All,

I wonder if anyone knows how to move the Admin intefrcae part to a separate server.
Today I have it on the same server that I run web and ftp on.

I would like to point out the admin section to a fully independent server that just keeps the admin interface for security reasons.

Is this something that can be solved without losing data?
How do I solve this easiest?

Today's servers:
web1 = this is also ISPConfig admin interface today.
db1
DNS1
DNS2
mail1

[ispcadmin] I want to move it here to a newly installed debian box.

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John

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You can not do this?

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