Night44

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Hi,

I've just started working about in cpanel. My question is:

Is it possible to assign multiple accounts to one domain. it should look something like this:

User1 + User2 -> Site1
User1 + User3 -> Site2
User1 + User4 -> Site3

So i was wondering...is this possible or have any of you done this before...
maybe you know a howto that can help me out here :)

Thnx
 

cPanelDavidG

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Hi,

I've just started working about in cpanel. My question is:

Is it possible to assign multiple accounts to one domain. it should look something like this:

User1 + User2 -> Site1
User1 + User3 -> Site2
User1 + User4 -> Site3

So i was wondering...is this possible or have any of you done this before...
maybe you know a howto that can help me out here :)

Thnx
You mention that this is for one domain, but your example shows multiple sites. Are these different sites going to be configured as subdomains, or just directories within the domain?
 

Night44

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Sorry, my example wasn't correct.

It should have been

User1 + User2 -> domain1

User1 + User3 -> domain2

User1 + User4 -> domain3

After some browsing i've come to the conclusion that this isnt possible with cpanel.

You see the reason i was asking about this is because i want to configure these domains to be managed by one user that has full access (user1). The other users should only be able to manage mail within these domains.
 

cPanelDavidG

Technical Product Specialist
Nov 29, 2006
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Sorry, my example wasn't correct.

It should have been

User1 + User2 -> domain1

User1 + User3 -> domain2

User1 + User4 -> domain3

After some browsing i've come to the conclusion that this isnt possible with cpanel.

You see the reason i was asking about this is because i want to configure these domains to be managed by one user that has full access (user1). The other users should only be able to manage mail within these domains.
Seeing as User1 is a common user for all 3 domains, you could create User1 as a reseller (using a fake domain if needed, e.g. user1.example.com) and User1 can access those other domains. The only downside to this setup is User1 wouldn't be able to manage the databases for those domains via cPanel (but Users 2 3 and 4 can manage those databases)
 

Night44

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Thanks for the fast replies, although there's a problem concerning some other software that's used to run the sites on these domains.

I'm currently running multiple sites on one drupal core,

This means:

1 public_html folder inside that folder a folder with the drupal core x.x the sites are all running under this core.

This way i only have to update 1 drupal core,

If i would start using that setup i might have to switch to multiple public html folders and cores. This is gona take up some time...

Anyways thanks again :)