Plesk installation on CentOS took the default page.

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Dear support,
I have installed Plesk 11.0 on CentOS but the default http page is appearing from Plesk. Any help would be appreciated.
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Can you paste at which step you are stucked ?

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Please check the below link
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It is not giving the default apache page.
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Does Plesk intallation overwrite Apache?
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not exactly, It configures its own apache instance, does overwrite your config and files.. they were intact at their location but Plesk has taken precedence over running Apache instance.

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To be more clear I have purchase a server space from Hetzner and told them to install CentOS 6.5 + Plesk. Somebody is advising me that Plesk should be assign a different port.

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Yes, Plesk will opearte at 8443 at admin panel but default sites/mails will work on default port.

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Plesk is working fine through 8443 port but I dont understand why it overwrite the Apache. This is know behavior of Plesk or something is wrong in configuration.
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Plesk setup its own apache instance as part of default installation.

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