I installed ispconfig under Centos 5 and left the docroot set to /var/www. This was suggested in a guide if suExec scripts would be used. I simply did not want to lose this option. After creating a new user and creating a site under that user I noticed that that user's site was stored under /var/www/domainname (really a link to web1). This directory was not accessible to the user when logged in to web ftp or regular ftp. Am I missing some thing? I tried a reinstall with a different docroot (~/public_html). Then I created a site under a user and it was placed in the /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/multidoc/edit/web3/web directory. Is there a way to have sites created under a user's /home/username/public_html directory so that they might be able to update their site via ftp. This must be done in Centos 5 as I am working with a dedicated server here. Thanks in advance for the help.