One of our clients attempts to access website files via ftp. They authenticate but are directed to incorrect, empty website. Here's what I've been able to determine: ISPConfig web interface indicates client: /var/www/clients/client18/web35 FTP User: /var/www/clients/client18/web35 (UID AND GID match) ls- al of /www: domain.com -> /var/www/clients/client8/web12/ /etc/password: ..../var/www/clients/client8/web12 When the client logs in via ftp, they are authenticated to …/client18/web35 which is empty. The website is actually loaded in …/client 8/web12. /var/www/clients/client8/ has 2 websites for 2 different clients. ls of client 8 shows domain1.com, domain2.com. web12 and web 5. domain1, web5 are for a completely different client. All of this was working, as the client has been able to login and update site files. They were also able to update their WordPress site . Now, ftp logs into incorrect site and WordPress fails, as it cannot find the correct files/folder. The site works but cannot be updated. dbispconfig indicates /client18/web35/ for web_domain, client and ftp_user. Any way to resync all of this info? A resync through interface does not correct the issue. Deleting and recreating the ftp user does not help, either.