cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi and more

Jan 27, 2014
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dear friends.

I have a big problem.

I have a VPS and within the account that works very well.

--- I wanted to create a new account from WHM and when I access this account I created the following address appears.

cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi

--- after seeing several issue, apply the following command.
**** / Scripts / rebuildhttpdconf
**** / Scripts / restartsrv_httpd

--- which I originated the message

Executing in an invalid environment for the supplied user

--- I have decided to delete the account and create it again.

and here the problem

to create new account, I can access the cpanel, mail, ftp etc but when I put this account in the url. I redirected to another site (the main site)

I can not access your site, send me the original site of the VPS.

not that I can do to fix this.

the. access is not clean

thank you very much for any help.

greetings,

daniel
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

Have you tried clearing the browser and DNS cache on your machine? If so, check to see if the IP address the domain name resolves to from your computer is the same IP address that is assigned to the account in Web Host Manager.

Thank you.
 
Jan 27, 2014
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Hello Michael

Thank you very much for your answer.

yes, I've deleted the cache still have the same problem.

my domain is pointing to the dns suggesting the VPS.

I've not used is "Perform a DNS Cleanup" ... I have fear of losing my information active sites.

check my DNS and is not any apparent problem.

thank you very much for your time.


daniel
 

cPanelPeter

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Hello,

Please consider opening a support ticket by using the link in my signature. One of our analysts will be glad to take a look for you. Once you have opened the ticket, please post the ticket number below so we can update this thread accordingly.
 

cPanelMichael

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To update, it looks like a NAT environment was configured by mistake. The following file is removable to disable NAT:

Code:
/var/cpanel/cpnat
Thank you.