I have a very basic question that I'm almost ashamed to ask. I've had a Cpanel shared hosting account for several years, but now want to host our sites on our own server. On every web host we've used in the past, we had our own user account under /home/<user>, like a standard linux system. Since we were the owners of that account, we could transfer files via scp and edit them on the server via ssh under a chroot jail. With ISPConfig3, it looks like those files are now under /var/www/clients/<client_id>. This directory had userid and groupid both set to 'root', so the client can't read or write to that directory. Nor can they access the subdirectories (web, webdav, etc) via ssh. Those subirectories have <site_id> for the owner, and <client_id> for the group. I have created a symlink from /home/<user>/<website_domain>/ to try to match what we had before with Cpanel, but run into the same permissions issue. How can I recreate what I'm used to on our previous Cpanel accounts? Is this even possible?