When I created several AddOn domains with the hope of turning them into drupal sites I really wasn't sure exactly what they were. First, it seems that the user name/password combo for each of the added on domains creates access to my main account. I had not intended that. Is there a way to fix this and grant access to privileged users to awestats without granting them access to my main account? Second, I would like to run two different versions of drupal and fantastico only offers 6.1. So I have to install drupal by uploading the files on my local server. In order to control which sites are under which version of drupal. I need to change the directory I originally assigned the addon domains to. (And I may need to change them yet again later as my development progresses). The directory would look something like … www/drupal57/sites/addonsite1/ addonsite2/ addonsite3/ etc. www/drupal61/sites/addonsite4/ addonsite5/ addonsite6/ I would then need to change directories the addon sites were located in if I wanted to change versions of drupal. Going to the Addons section of cPanel I see how to create new AddOns and how to delete them, but I don't see how to simply change them. For editing all I see is a link to redirect. And under your link to your root site for each site, this only leads to a file manager program for the addon site. Is there a way to change the root for an addon without deleting the files and starting from scratch?