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How to reboot your cPanel server via WHM

by | WHM | 13th May, 2020

From time to time you may need to reboot your cPanel server, for example after a large cPanel update, or server kernel update. Normally WHM will notify you that it requires a reboot via a yellow notice in the top right corner of the page once you log in, you...

How to modify multiple cPanel accounts within WHM

by | WHM | 12th May, 2020

Sometimes you may need to adjust multiple cPanel accounts at once within your WHM area. As an example you may be wanting to change the package of multiple cPanel accounts so that they all use the same. OurĀ guide will show you how to carry this out, quickly and easily Modifying...

How to enable Two-Factor Authentication in WHM

by | WHM | 11th May, 2020

If you are looking to further secure your WHM account, Two-Factor Authentication can be enabled within WHM. This means that when logging in to your WHM account, once you have entered your username and password you will be prompted to enter a secondary authentication code – which will be generated...

How to modify a cPanel account within WHM

by | WHM | 11th May, 2020

WHM allows you to easily modify an existing cPanel account contained within your reseller hosting, or cPanel server in the event you ever need to make any adjustments. In this guide we will show you how to select, and make changes to an existing cPanel account. Firstly you will need...

How to suspend or unsuspend a cPanel account within WHM

by | WHM | 6th May, 2020

Sometimes it can be necessary to suspend a cPanel account within your WHM. This may be due to the domain DNS being re-pointed elsewhere, non-payment by a customer, or a compromised site. Likewise you may also want to Unsuspend a previously suspended cPanel account. WHM provides you with several ways...

How to terminate a cPanel account within WHM

by | WHM | 6th May, 2020

Terminating cPanel accounts that are no longer in use can be a great help in freeing up some much needed space on a Reseller account, or cPanel server. WHM provides you with the tools to quickly remove a single, or even multiple cPanel accounts. Terminating a cPanel Account: Firstly, log...

How to add a package to WHM

by | WHM | 6th May, 2020

cPanel accounts always have an associated package, which governs its resource allocation. Settings such as disk space limit, amount of email addresses allowed, database limits, domain limits and even how many email the domain on the cPanel account is allowed to send per hour. We recommend creating a package (or...

How to add a cPanel account to WHM

by | WHM | 6th May, 2020

If you ever need to add a new cPanel account to your WHM account, this can be easily set up and accessible all within a few minutes. Creating a cPanel account: Firstly, log into your WHM account. If you are unsure on how to do this, please view the following...

How to access a cPanel account within WHM

by | WHM | 6th May, 2020

If you ever need to access a cPanel account contained within your WHM area to make changes, this can easily be done by following the guide below. Accessing a cPanel account within WHM: Firstly, log into your WHM account. If you are unsure on how to do this, please view...

How to log into WHM

by | WHM | 6th May, 2020

There are two ways to log in to your WHM panel. These methods are either through your client area (your client credentials will be required) or by visiting the WHM web address directly (your cPanel credentials will be required). Log in to WHM directly The main way of accessing your...