Now I have installed ISPConfig on SuSE 10.3 x86, but still waiting for some answers regarding x64 system. Anyway, I would like to know the following: 1. Sites created in ISPConfig are created in /srv/www folder. How can I find out on what partition /srv is located? Because, I've made a /home partition really large and thought that ISPConfig will create sites on that partition. If /srv/ is actually located @ '/', is there any way to configure ISPConfig to create sites on /home? 2. Name Servers is ISPConfig are automatically pre-cofigured with the hostname and domain name of the ISPConfig box. So if my box is server1.domain.tld, name servers for all sites created in ISPConfig will be server1.domain.tld. Is there any way to pre-configure NS value to ns1.domain.tld and ns2.domain.tld? 3. I have a newly created TLD for the ISPConfig box, i.e. domain.tld. Now, how can I administer this domain on the ISPConfig box? What I mean is that, how can I bind this domain to the ISPConfig box without leaving NS servers for this domain @ my Internet domain register? 4. Since ISPConfig box is behind router and NAT, do I have to add my public (global) IP address to the address list, or the local IP is just enough? I ask this because, if the local one is fine, then I have to manually change IP address for the DNS records for evey site I create. 5. MX record for every site is MX 10 server1.domain.tld. Is tehre anyway to pre-configure this to mail.domain.tld and automatically create mail host DNS record with the respected IP address? 6. What ISPConfig backup funkction actually backs-up? Only ISPConfig configuration or just everything in ISPConfig (i.e. websites, configuration, mails...)? 7. Since during apache configuration (SuSE 10.3 perfect setup guide) DirectoryIndex line includes also .aspx, is it possible to run ASP.NET webpages on this machine? If so, is there any configuration in ISPConfig for this, like ASP.NET 1, ASP.NET 2...?