This is my first day and first post on the forum. Like many others, I've avoided ISPConfig because it lacks a file manager. Please don't use this thread to discuss the pros and cons of having a file manager, but please do share your enthusiasm or concerns about the solution I'm listing here. I've just installed ISPConfig and I'll continue to use it provided this filemanager solution works flawlessly. I've only tested it for a short time, but it's working fine so far. I did have problems when uploading a 30meg Zip file, but further tests indicated it was also a problem on another working server with a different panel. So far, this file manager is proving to do everything I want and it takes one minute to install. I have nothing to do with the development project, I just discovered it by accident a couple of days ago. As a new member I'm unable to post a link, but just enter Help Documentation - Tiny File Manager in your favourite browser. If you try the demo, the username is admin and the password is [email protected] The file manager is a single PHP file weighing in at around 170kb You may also need an additional supplied file for translation to another language. How to install. Create a directory in your root. I called mine "filemanager" Upload tinyfilemanager.php to that directory and rename the file index.php Run yoursite/filemanager Use the password above. Bingo, you now have a file manager for your site running with ISPConfig and you can supply this feature to your clients as well. Because modern browsers use Tabs, you can open the file manager in one tab and ISPConfig in another. However, I'm sure it won't be long before someone explains how to integrate it with ISPConfig. I'm amazed to see how much 170kb of can do. Please post here if you have problems or discover useful tips.