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Advanced DNS Zone Editor Missing

Discussion in 'Bind/DNS/Nameserver' started by muninn9, Nov 22, 2016.

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    I need to set up a TXT record but there is no link to the Advanced DNS Zone Editor in my dashboard. There is only "Editor Single Zone" under the "Domains" section. So how can I add a TXT record or access the Advanced Zone Editor?

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    It's a Feature on the Features list for Packages in WebHost Manager. You'll need to enable it for your Package from here:
    WebHost Manager »Packages »Feature Manager »Feature Lists
     
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    There is nothing in the WebHost Manager that says "Packages". Where do I find this? See attached image. cpaneldashfull.png
     
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    Never mind, I see this is different than WHM.
     
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