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[FIXED BUG] Warning while changing PHP version in a service plan: This setting conflicts with the server-wide security policy

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    Kris

    I'm still having this issue in 18.0.19 when I change 'run PHP as' to 'FPM served by nginx' in a service plan.

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    Bulat Tsydenov

    Hello Kris,

    I've just checked it in the latest Plesk Obsidian 18.0.20 and it is not reproduced. 

    If you still experience this issue, the best option would be to contact support at https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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    Kris

    Hello Bulat

    I've checked in 18.0.20 myself, and I'm still getting the same message when I make these changes in a service plan. I tried to contact support, but I can't because I have a key via a partner. If you want to investigate this further, you can contact me directly.

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    Bulat Tsydenov

    @Kris

    Can you send the screenshot of 2 tabs in the service plan that you are modifying:
    - Permissions tab. Especially, I need to know if "Hosting settings management" and "Setup of potentially insecure web scripting options that override provider's policy"  are checked or not.
    - PHP Settings tab. Especially, I need to see the PHP version and PHP handler type 

    In addition, let me know which action exactly is causing the warning to appear.

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