Most probably the deleted site/domain is still in the recycle bin. You have to delete them first in the recycle bin before you are able to create a new object with that name.
ISPConfig 2: All users belonging to that site can log in with their username and password. If there are no users you can log in like this: Username: admin Password: stats ISPConfig 3: The password for the statistic login can
If the package webalizer is installed on your system you can find the statistics of the respective site in the folder stats (e.g. www.xyz.tld/stats/). The statistics are updated once a day. If you create a new site you will not
Under Co-Domains please enter xyz.tld (without host!). The website will then also reachable via xyz.tld.
Never edit the vhost file manually. On the next update of the system your changes will be overwritten! Instead put your additional vhost configuration in the Apache Directives field in the ISPConfig Interface. If you want to add something manually
Go to Management -> System Config -> Settings. On the tab ISP-Manager you will see the field User Prefix where you can specify a prefix for users. You can use one of the following placeholders: [DOMAIN] [HOST] [WEBID] If you
Most probably you have forgotten to delete the user from the recycle bin. Only after you have deleted the user from the recycle bin are you able to create a new user with that user name.
If you created a user named testuser for the web www.xyz.tld, you can reach his personal website on www.xyz.tld/~testuser or www.xyz.tld/users/testuser
ISPConfig checks the status of the services on localhost (IP: 127.0.0.1). It may be that some of your services only allow connections to specific IP addresses and not 127.0.0.1 (in Apache this is done with the Listen directive). If you
The ISPConfig log is /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/ispconfig.log. The system logs which command was executed in which line in which script and if the command was successful (Status: INFO) or not (Status: WARNING). If you encounter problems with ISPConfig please have a look