Hi. When thinking about restoring ISPConfig on a new server, the general course of action would be (as far as I got it) - installing exactly the same version of ISPConfig - restoring the full MySQL dump - restoring the /etc dir - [...] (steps like restoring the dirs with actual data, like, website / Maildir dirs) The trouble is, restoring /etc dir may break things. Consider doing it on system with different disk - RAID - mountpoint configuration? Who knows what else may go wrong... So, I was thinking, instead of restoring the /etc dir, may it be possible that we compile an exhaustive list of the relevant /etc items? If this is anywhere near to be possible, maybe you can help me with this list: /etc/shadow /etc/passwd /etc/group /etc/postfix,dovecot,apache2,mysql,fail2ban,default(?),php*,named,amavis, [...]? Please let me know if this is doomed from the start.