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Why additional Apache & nginx directives are not available for Plesk customers and additional Plesk user accounts

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    Alexander Blinne (Edited )

    On my vServer with Plesk 12.5 even the users WITH  Administrator role can NOT see/modify the additional directives. It seems just giving any user the Administrator role is not enough.

    Creating additional Administrator Accounts through Tools & Settings -> Additional Administrator Accounts works fine, though (i.e. the new account being able to manage additional directives).

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    Vitaly Zhidkov

    @Alexander, looks like you are using custom view. Check that administrator is allowed to access all sections in Plesk > Tools & Settings > Custom View Settings or switch to Service Provider View

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    Georg

    I have provider view and after Plesk upgrade I dont see nginx directives anymore.

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    Julian Bonpland Mignaquy

    Georg please make sure nginx is enabled:

    #plesk sbin nginxmng -s

     

    If this returns Disabled you can enable it with:

    plesk sbin nginxmng --enable

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    Georg

    Hello Julian,

    BINGO! Thank you very much! I run plesk repair all twice but it does not help. But

    plesk sbin nginxmng --enable

    WORKS! THANK YOU AGAIN!

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    João Martins

    I have a Plesk Obsidian v18.0.25_build1800200325.19 os_Debian 9.0, and this option is not available,

    and I also have other with Plesk Obsidian v18.0.25_build1800200325.19 os_Ubuntu 16.04 and this option is working.

    I tried already "plesk sbin nginxmng --enable" without success.

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  • Hi João Martins,

    Are you sure that nginx (reverse proxy) was installed on the Debian 9 server?

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