Originally Posted by till
Thats very different from ftp, as phpmyadmin supports it to use a global mysql user for logging in and applying restrictions in a different way. So thats not comparable with FTP.
I understand that.. Though from what I'm reading here
, you can make authentication modules for this as well. Basically what I'm thinking, is that the actual ajaxexplorer could be on the remote server in a multi-server setup. And then do API call back to remote authenticate the connection with ISPConfig.... Haven't dove into it too much, though even it can't be done exactly like that, I'm sure there would be another way to do it nicely.
I have another big project I need to hit up soon.... But if no one tackles it, I'll probably look at this ajaxexplorer, and integrating other remote auth methods (particularly phpmyadmin) in the future with ISPConfig.