Hi! I'm migrating a website made in PHP to Plesk, and I have some troubles with permissions. Is it possible that Plesk overide the permissions that I put in console? I turned out the safe_mode, but i'm not sure if this is enough. The file test_server.php: <?php echo "Test message"; ?> is in /var/www/vhosts/domain1/httpdocs/path1/test_server.php and its permissions are: 775 user1 group1 The file test_include.php: <?php echo "Starting"; require_once("/var/www/vhosts/domain1/httpdocs/path1/test_server.php"); ?> is in /var/www/vhosts/domain2/httpdocs/path2/test_include.php and its permissions are: 775 user1 group1 When I execute test_include.php in a browser, I can see "Starting", but not "test message". When I move test_server.php to the same domain of test_include.php (/var/www/vhosts/domain2/httpdocs/path1/test_server.php) it works. When I enter by terminal, (user1@domain2) I can access the file without problems when I type: vi "/var/www/vhosts/domain1/httpdocs/path1/test_server.php" (user1 is not root) Finally, some folders in httpdocs have the 755 permissions, but when I type in a browser return "403 Forbidden". I have read Plesk documentation, and searched centos permissions, but now I'm stuck. Some clue? Thanks!