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Hello,

I have the attached settings and I want it to point to the folder name the same name but without the 'store' in it.

I didnt want to spell it out but same name without the word 'store'.

Do I just change everywhere that says 'store' to not?

Sorry if that is a dumb question but this is the first time I have used WHM

Matt
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If you are getting rid of the name WITH store in it, yes.  Make sure to change the one at top left, next to the 86400 IN SOA.  This is where the zone gets it's @ (Origin) from.  

If you want to keep BOTH names with and without store, you need to setup an NEW dns record.

UNDERSTAND THAT IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE DOMAIN WITHOUT THE "STORE" IN IT REGISTERED AND POINTED TO YOUR WHM NAME SERVERS IT WILL NOT WORK, and you will effectively kill your WITH "store" domain from getting to your web site.

What is the end goal you are trying to achieve?  Replace the whole domain?  Because this is what you are asking to do.
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