Welcome to the Ajenti Idea Exchange. It's your chance to collaborate with our team and other users to influence the future of Ajenti! Ideas appreciated.

Diogo Soares 2 years ago 0
It would be interesting a plugin to configure the firewall ufw
Ramiro J. Gómez Massetti 3 years ago • updated by Cat121 7 months ago 11
Hi, it will be nice to have an option to set custom defaults when we create a new website in Ajenti V.
Cases of use:
1- We have a particular directory structure: /home/www/websitename/public_html but when we create a new website the default root is /srv/new-website and we have to change the root directory manually to fit our structure. The ideal situation is to be able to configure a default directory using wildcards replacement. Example: /home/www/%websitename%/public_html
2- Another example is the custom nginx config. We have an nginx conf file that applyes a generic config in terms of static files caching, security rules, etc., this file is located in /etc/nginx.templates.d/genericrules.conf and in every new website created we include that file writing: 
include /etc/nginx.templates.d/generic_vhost.conf;
in custom conf in advance tab.
It would be great to be able to configure a default value.
3- It would be interesting also to configure the possibility that when you create a new site, also create a php pool with certain parameters.

Thx for all !
Jenz Kudo 3 years ago • updated by Frank Waive 3 years ago 2
is there any Webmail on Ajenti as RoundCube for USERS if we are hoster  ?
Barry Allard 5 years ago • updated by Eugene Pankov (Project coordinator) 4 years ago 11
Instead of


Ajenti should be installable (or at least work with) another url


Complete in 1.x: 

I've prefixed all Ajenti URLs with "/ajenti:". See the instructions for nginx here: http://docs.ajenti.org/man/reverse-proxy.html

Jeremy Henry 2 years ago • updated by Alex Mârzan 1 year ago 2
I am looking to develope a mobile app for the ajenti dashboard so i can
administrate my server on the go. Would love to here every ones thoughts
and ideas.. about this getting done.
Thibaut 2 years ago 0

I know it's possible to disallow root login by setting an empty password but I think it could be a good security precaution to allow renaming the root account. It's just like other systems, everybody knows that attackers first target "root", "admin" or "administrator" accounts.
happyhardik 3 years ago • updated by 1Conan 3 years ago 1
There does not seem to be a way to install svn and manage users and repositories from ajenti.
Chamunks 2 years ago 0
This might be outside of the scope of what Ajenti wants to be for.  But setting up push notifications or even an If This Then That sort of configuration system it would be incredible.  
Gael J. 3 years ago • updated by Eugene Pankov (Project coordinator) 3 years ago 3


I'm a server administrator and your product interest me.
Ajenti is interesting to me and more for simple users or clients ...

My problem is the limited permissions. A simple user with only the dashboard have root permissions and can start / stop services ( with service widget ) . I can't install product if client can stop services.

A client with filesystem access ( good idea for free/use space disk ) can remove fstab ligne. A read only access is better for client.

Should distinguish the permissions between power user and simple user for greater security.

Idea is simple, have simple users with limited permissions and the users with root permissions, like linux.

Thank you for everything.
Good luck

Ross Edmonds 3 years ago 0
By default CentOS 7 uses FirewallD rather than IP Tables as it has in the past.  It does not appear that Ajenti recognizes that fact and it is going to be supported in the future?

Excellent Product.