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You can remove it completely from whm under cPanel add-ons in the cPanel section.

Or you could use the feature manager do disable it in the end user cPanel.
 
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You can remove it completely from whm under cPanel add-ons in the cPanel section.

Or you could use the feature manager do disable it in the end user cPanel.
I want to remove it completely, i not want have this installed in my system because i will install softaculous, but not find the section. Can you tell me where is this option?.

Thank you very much.
 

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Hm, interesting, it does not appear that there is a WHM option to remove this.

Here is what I did to remove it:

yum remove cpanel-wp-cli cpanel-wordpress-instance-manager-plugin wordpress-cpaddon wordpress-cpaddon-php72

And that should remove the RPMs at least.
 
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Hm, interesting, it does not appear that there is a WHM option to remove this.

Here is what I did to remove it:

yum remove cpanel-wp-cli cpanel-wordpress-instance-manager-plugin wordpress-cpaddon wordpress-cpaddon-php72

And that should remove the RPMs at least.
Oh okay, this tool are installed automatically with WHM/cPanel? (i not remember if i installed him or not).

If is default cPanel tool and cannot uninstall him not problem. Thank you very much.
 

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It is not generally installed by default, no, but I just installed it on a system, looked at the RPM's it installed, which are the ones above and removed them. I am not sure if that is going to remove the option from cPanel, but it defintely won't work.

If that is an issue, then also use the feature manager to turn it off and make it invisible.