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Old 14th January 2007, 02:47
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Thumbs down Usage of ISPConfig for dummy

Some of you can tell me what is the step by step process to setup my 2 domain name on my server with ISPConfig?

All is working fine (What a fantastic tools it is...) but I very not understand how it work.
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Old 14th January 2007, 06:19
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Through my experience with ISPconfig, I believe it is very simple, if you read everything carefully. Please follow this link, download all the PDF files, read them in your spare time, do not rush, and you will see how fun to create objects, and manage them. It's serious and down to business system.

Good Luck!

http://ispconfig.org/documentation.htm

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Old 14th January 2007, 18:47
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First you must create a client, and then you can create your two web sites for that client in ISPConfig.
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First you must create a client, and then you can create your two web sites for that client in ISPConfig.
So the admin can't create sites directly?

Another question--why when setting up a site does it ask which folder to put it in--reseller, clients or sites?

How do you tell which client a site belongs to?
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Old 18th January 2007, 07:58
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So the admin can't create sites directly?
Yes. ISPConfig is a hosting control panel for hosting companys and they have always a client for a website. If you use it on your private server, you might not need this. Just create a client and name it e.g. my personal sites and use this for all your sites.

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Another question--why when setting up a site does it ask which folder to put it in--reseller, clients or sites?
Why is windows or linux asking you for a folder when you save a file? Folders are there to organize your data and records. You can store them in any of these folders or you create new folders with name that you like.

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How do you tell which client a site belongs to?
The sites are listed on the sites tab of a client.
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