ISPConfig Version: 3.1.2 Operating System: Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS I've installed following the Nginx tutorial (not using Apache at all). I've created a client with defaults, added a site for it. Now, when I go to Sites and click the one I added, under Web Domain it says that Document Root is /var/www/clients/client1/web2 but when I check on disk, this is actually incorrect. The doc-root should be /var/www/clients/client1/web2/web as far as I can tell, because that is where the index.html resides. Strangely though, the nginx vhost file for the site does have the /var/www/domainname/web/ set as root, which is actually a sym-link, which I would never do for nginx, using a symlink as docroot. And why would you? Another thing. In trying to avoid unneeded subfolders, I tried changing the Website basedir in the 'System > Server Config > Web' tab from "/var/www" into "/clients" which it accepted as valid, but then when I create a new site, nginx errors out with a 500 error, because it actually uses a wrong doc-root. And the previously created sites do not move, the nginx vhosts don't change with it.