how do I remove cpanel pro icons

Zazoos1

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I upgraded to cpanel 11 and now the cpanel pro icons are displaying in my user's cpanels. I wish to not offer these extra options. How can I hide/disabled these icons please?
 

Zazoos1

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I wish it were that easy. Unfortunately, I should have previously mentioned none of those icons are listed in the feature manager list.
 

Zazoos1

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Nope, they are definitely not on my list. CPanel Pro was never installed by myself. It seems to have just 'appeared' with the forced upgrade to CPanel 11 I had to do to correct my problem with not being able to create new accounts on my old CPanel version any longer.

Any further help on how to remove these icons would be appreciated. Half of them don't even work if a user clicks on them.
 

rone

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As far as I knwo you can uninstall Pro also in V11 so why don't uninstall it? or uninstall - then install and check if the options apear in your list?! Or do a forced update to your cPanel and look if all functions are working correctly?
/scripts/upcp --force

These are standard options you could try without braking your server.
 

Zazoos1

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I ran /scripts/upcp --force and that is how these icons appeared.

If I go to WHM -> cPanel -> Plugins
The Addon Modules for cPanel Pro is not checked, so it is not registering it as installed. As mentioned, I never installed it. :)

SHould I first install it, then uninstall it? Odd way to go about it, but if it will not break anything......
 

rone

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I ran /scripts/upcp --force and that is how these icons appeared.

If I go to WHM -> cPanel -> Plugins
The Addon Modules for cPanel Pro is not checked, so it is not registering it as installed. As mentioned, I never installed it. :)

SHould I first install it, then uninstall it? Odd way to go about it, but if it will not break anything......
That would be one of the options yes, just mark it and install it (even it is allready installed) it won't brake anything.