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Disable plugins for specific cPanel accounts

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by bwebi, Mar 28, 2015.

  1. bwebi

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    HI,

    Is it possible to disable certain plugins for specific cPanel accounts?

    I don't see any option in WHM or any docs about it.

    Thanks,
    Chen
     
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    You should be able to disable access using the "Feature Lists" functionality found under "Packages".

    If you set up custom feature lists, you can set specific accounts and packages to use those lists.

    :)

    Peter
     
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    Thanks for the answer Peter!

    I see that this is the place to create custom plugins list for each package but for some reason I don't see the specific plugin I want to disable....
    Any ideas? Is it possible that a plugin can programmatically remove himself from that list?
     
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    I'm not experienced too much in that field. Personally, I feel it may be best for you to submit a ticket to cPanel and ask them directly...

    I personally always thought that anything that shows to the "end-user" on cPanel would be displayed in the Feature Lists...
     
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