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FTP Account Manager not showing in cPanel

Discussion in 'User Experience' started by Rajkumar Arumugam, Nov 18, 2016.

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  1. Rajkumar Arumugam

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    hi,

    i cant see the FTP Account Manager in cPanel.

    I have checked in WHM, it is enabled.

    Packages -> Feature Manager - > Edit feature List -> default

    FTP Account Manager is enabled.

    but i cant see it in cPanel.
    how to create a ftp account??
     
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    Hello,

    The "FTP Accounts" option is under the "Files" section. Could you post a screenshot of what you see on the cPanel interface?

    Also, use "WHM >> Packages >> Edit A Package" to verify a feature list with FTP Account Manager enabled is associated with the package assigned to the account.

    Thank you.
     
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    I cant see 'FTP Accounts " under Files in CPanel.

    attaching screen shots CPanel, WHM..
     
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    Please set your style to the default style, Paper Lantern. Do you see it then?

    Your screenshots are a bit small, hard to see what the actual version of cPanel you're running there.
     
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    default style paper lantern only.

    attaching cPanel screen shot again.
     
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    That's the Retro style, I think. In the Preferences section of your cPanel there, find the Change Style icon and click. On the next page, click the Apply button on the "Basic" style.
     
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    ah, okay.

    now changed to basic.
    where to ftp manager???

    User manager??
     
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    where to find ftp manger in this?

    attached screen shot
     
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    Are you sure it's enabled in the Features list for the Package that account uses? You can see it enabled here in my Features list:
    ftpaccntsfmlwhm.png

    Here you can see it in the Files section of Paper Lantern:
    ftpaccntscPPL.png

    And here it is in the Retro style:

    ftpaccntscP.png


    What version of cPanel is your server running?
     
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    yes. it is enabled.

    in the cPanel under User Manger the FTP shows 'service disabled.' for all the users.
    check screen shot.
     

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    Does that account's Package have FTP accounts alloted to it?
     
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    Hello,

    Also, browse to "WHM >> Service Configuration >> Service Manager" and verify that "FTP Server" is enabled. If it's enabled, verify if /etc/ftpusers exists on your system, and ensure the account username isn't added to this file if it does.

    Documentation:

    How to Deny FTP Access - Documentation - cPanel Documentation

    Thank you.
     
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    Hi,

    checked. the FTP server is not enabled. now i enabled it, now i can see the ftp account in cPanel.

    Thank you very much. :)
     
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    Good news then!
     
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