Hi, tend to be more of a Drupal developer than a Sysadmin. A year or so back I built two Centos 6.x servers using the "Perfect Server" process. One is a Drupal development machine and the other is a low traffic production system. Both are essentially single user systems - myself. Regularly log in as root. Used the "Perfect Server" setup as it manages Postfix, Dovecot, RKHunter, etc. etc. Everything was working just fine, Drush (Drupal shell) archive and restores, Awstats, PhpMyAdmin, etc. etc. Then I upgraded to the lastest version of ISPConfig, and it has proven to be a disaster. So much has fallen over with the new security directory implementations it's unbelievable. I could easily migrate Drupal sites from development to production. For instance Drush archive-restore deletes the web directory and rebuilds it. No longer works. Tried things like chattr -i, etc. etc. without success. Awstats has also stopped updating, etc. So my question is "Is it feasible to revert to an earlier version of ISPConfig without too much pain?" Or, heavens forbid - undo much of the enhanced directory security?