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rwgs
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Hi, whenever a new domain is added in Ampps 3.9 the Apache vHosts file seems to reset all domains to allow connections only from 127.0.0.1.

Why is Ampps doing this? It should be * (to accept connections from all IPs).

Is this a bug or by design, if so, how do we change it?
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rwgs
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Also, if I make manual changes to the vHosts file to fix the issue, Ampps/Apache seems to default it back, breaking the fixes, and this is happening every day.

Please fix this!
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pbhcpa
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Quote From : rwgs April 26, 2020, 5:33 pm
Also, if I make manual changes to the vHosts file to fix the issue, Ampps/Apache seems to default it back, breaking the fixes, and this is happening every day.

Please fix this!


I have to second this, it's crazy to have to keep changing the vhosts file.
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pbhcpa
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Any feedback on this? We've had to create a batch file that will replace the vhosts file if we reboot the server AMPPS is running on. I've used several other stacks and this is a first.
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Opilace
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Quote From : rwgs April 26, 2020, 5:33 pm
Also, if I make manual changes to the vHosts file to fix the issue, Ampps/Apache seems to default it back, breaking the fixes, and this is happening every day.

Please fix this!


Thanks for the advice


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