Hello! I currently have an issue with Apache2 on a Centos 6.4 base with ISPconfig3. Apache by default serves out the directory, /var/www with the FQDN www.example.com and example.com. However, I have a name based virtual-host (Generated through ISPconfig3) for www.example.com and example.com on the documentroot (symlink) /var/www/example.com/ -> /path/to/website. I have tried a few different methods of changing this such as changing the default DocumenRoot in httpd.conf to the symlink, but they do not feel very robust as there are a lot of directives on the /path/to/website directory and example.com virtual-host that ISPconfig3 has added for access control, ssl, etc. Is there a way to completely disable Apache to stop serving /var/www directory? Or alternatively is there a way to unbind /var/www from the servers FQDN/IP address? The clash in the domains and document roots is giving me a 500 error according to the error_log with apache. Ultimately I don't want to go into httpd.conf and change the DocumentRoot to /var/www/example.com, I am concerned that the access controls will not be in tune with ISPConfig and bleed some information like SSL private keys, chains and website configuration files. Thanks very much in advance! I appreciate the help! Please let me know if there is any information I have missed. P.s. I understand that I am getting 403 and 404 errors because it mismatches the document roots.