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HI, I'm trying cpanel for first time, and I have any dudes

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mvalenzuela, Jan 31, 2013.

  1. mvalenzuela

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    Hi from Chile.

    My dudes are:

    - Where I generate profiles?, For example I will sell three plans with different sizes of disk space, number of different databases and other characteristics of each account. Where gender profiles with characteristics of this type?, My idea is to create an account and associate each profile and so does not give the characteristics for each new account.

    - From cpanel, can manage different web server or not?

    - How I can hide options in the dashboard cpanel?. For example will not use cpanel to provide mail service, then I do not want this option is visible to the user of Cpanel.

    Well, for now is all.

    Best Regards from Chile.
     
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    What you are looking for is "Packages". From inside WHM, just use the search box in the top left to search for Packages. You will want to add a new one to get started. You can define the amount of disk space, bandwidth, the number of databases allowed, along with numerous other options. Once you have created the packages, you can choose the package assigned to an account during account creation. If you want to upgrade or downgrade accounts between packages, you will want to go to "Upgrade/Downgrade An Account" section of WHM. You can read more about packages at Packages and Upgrade/Downgrading at Upgrade/Downgrade an Account

    I'm not entirely sure what you are asking here. Are you wanting to manage different web server applications (Apache, Cherokee, Nginx), or are you wanting to manage different domain names? cPanel currently only supports the Apache web server. From inside cPanel, you will not be able to administer the Apache web server. That would need to be done through WHM or shell. Multiple domains, however, is a key functionality of cPanel. You will want to setup Addon Domains to handle more than 1 domain on a single cPanel account.

    You can modify what options are available to cPanel accounts through the Feature Manager. From there, you can enable or disable access to certain parts of cPanel for your different accounts. If you don't want your clients to have access to Mail, or MySQL databases, that is all completed through the Feature Manager. You can read more about it at Feature Manager.
     
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    Thank you for your reply.
    Respect to second question, I was refering about of the possibility of Cpanel support more than one web server, example, server1, server2... and server999. No to software used.

    Well one more time thank you very much!
     
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