Hello. Wonderful job. I'm just amazed. I've installed Ispconfig and everything is working as expected. I just found something that I don't know if it should work that way or not. So, just before playing with your files I want to know it it is a normal behaviour. This is what i've created to show this issue: HTML: Host server: server.example.com IspConfig users: Admin: -> admin Client: client_dom1 Site: Site 1. *****www.domain1.com *****users: dom1_us1; dom1_us2 Reseller -> res Client: client_dom2 Site: Site 2. *****www.domain2.com *****2 users: dom2_us1; dom2_us2 Results on users login for isp users: On host server: (server.example.com:81/) expected access: ALL Real access: ALLOn Site 1 (www.domain1.com:81/) expected access: admin, client_dom1 Real access: ALLOn Site 2 (www.domain2.com:81/) expected access: admin, res, client_dom1 Real access: ALL Results on users login for system users (same with ftp): (server.example.com:81/mailuser/) (server.example.com:81/webmail/) (server.example.com:81/phpmyadmin/) expected access: only users on server page. real access: ALL users including those from others sites.(www.domain1.com:81/mailuser/) (www.domain1.com:81/webmail/) (www.domain1.com:81/phpmyadmin/) expected access: only users of this domain dom1_us1, dom1_us2 real access: ALL users including those from others sites.(www.domain2.com:81/mailuser/) (www.domain2.com:81/webmail/) (www.domain2.com:81/phpmyadmin/) expected access: only users of this domain dom2_us1, dom2_us2 real access: ALL users including those from others sites. Although it shows the right content after login, is really weird to find someone from domain 2 making a correct access (to ftp or webmail) from the interfaces of domain 1. Once again, is it normal? or just a problem of my configuration. Thanks a lot.