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HELP: accessing <domainhere>/admin reroutes to another directory

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by defylogik, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. defylogik

    defylogik Guest

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    here is my problem say i have a domain and i have php nuke installed on it which has a subdirectory uploaded called /admin which contains php scripts for it to run, but when i go to access <mydomain>/admin which SHOULD load the admin directory i have on my ftp site, i get redirected to an /admin directory somewhere on my server which contains java script files. i need it to go to the directory on my server and clients domain rather than that mystery /admin directory which contains the java files somewhere on the server.

    this may be something simple, i do not know, i am a plesk newbie. let me know if anyone has any ideas on this. i read somthing about sitebuilder will do that or what not but i really dont know.

    thanks for your help! I i will be checking this thread for replies.

    scott m
    scottATonefourzero.com
     
  2. defylogik

    defylogik Guest

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    just another note, when you load up index.jsp in that /admin directory it launches tomcat web administrator. i disabled tomcat in the plesk panel and still the same issue.

    scott
     
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