I purchased the Migration Toolkit a loooong time ago so I guess I have to get it again if I need it now. The version I used back then, created a migrated target server that didn't look like the source server. There were different IDs on the clients in ISPconfig and what was on the disk. That is pretty annoying when trying to find something where the interface says one thing but in reality it's mapped to something else on the server file system, there is an inconsistency ID wise between what is in ISPC3 and what is on the file system. So I figured I need to get some answers before I renew the license, regarding the Migration Toolkit (or ISPcopy which is an option now I see): 1) What does the migration tool require from the target system? A newly installed ISPconfig3 but without ANY settings!? Ioncube? 2a) When the migration tool copies client IDs and web users from the source server, will the target server get the exact same IDs both in ISPC3 as on disk (so e.g. client ID 1 will result in "/var/www/clients/client1") ? 2b) IF it results in different IDs in ISPC3 resp on disk, can this be avoided in any way, e.g. by pre-creating the clients? 3a) Will web user IDs (which are results of the domain created) be exactly the same on the source server and the target server? (this has bearing to that some of the software we run make use of absolute and full paths (YES, I know that we all want to call developers doing that, something not-so-nice ) and if it's possible to avoid editing config files of such software, it's of course preferred) 3b) IF it results in different IDs for web users in ISPC3 resp on disk, can this be avoided in any way? 4) What about certificates on the target server? Since the certificates are based on the IP of the server, then I must assume that for servers where "SSL" and "Let's Encrypt" are ticket on the source server, the "Let's Encrypt" on the target server will not be ticked while "SSL" and redirects can still be ticked and set, or? Should the IP addresses (A records in DNS) be changed before the actual migration so that the Migration tool can generate the certificates? (since it will require a DNS change to update the IP for the domain names) 5) Will everything be migrated/copied from the source server to the target server, that is, not just the stuff that is part of the ISPC3 installation, e.g. scripts, software, or will I have to do that myself? 6) Will every setting related to ISPC3, e.g. PHP versions, be migrated/copied from the source server to the target server including what is in /etc/apt/source.list (or whatever in that directory or rather subdir)? If not, will just the settings be migrated/copied and that there will be a list of software that is required by these settings (e.g. PHP versions) that needs to be installed on the target server? I guess that's it. Thanks!