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Old 29th December 2006, 11:24
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Removing these comments disables the abilitity of ISPConfig to enable / disable php, so its not the solution for your problem.

But I got another idea, are your php pages located in the website directories that ISPConfig created for you and did you access the pages trough the correct domain of this special website and not trough the IP plus a path of the website?
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