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    Hello. I have website and I am trying to provide access to some of my employees to the cPanel but I don't want to give them full access. In cPanel there is an option that I can enable to have this done, User-Feature Manager. When I enable this option and add new user, this person can't sign into cpanel with User Name and Password that I created for him. Is there a manual how to do this? Is this even possible? I am using RVSkin

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    There won't be two logins for cPanel access I am afraid.
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    I've never heard of User Feature Manager option in cPanel. This sounds like a plugin by another company. Is this being provided by RVSkin or some other company?

    We do have a feature request thread to allow additional users at http://forums.cpanel.net/f145/multip...3-a-77145.html
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    If you select RVSkin for your cpanel, this option is available.

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    RVskin is not our product; it is developed by another company. You can get information about it here:

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