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SOLVED Updating cPanel Properly

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  1. HighPriest

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    I have Cpanel/WHM for my VPS
    I log in to cpanel it says I'm using version 11 is this the latest version?
    If not how do I update to latest version?
    I also want to enable cpanel's free domain SSL certificate on my server,
    Can anybody help?
     
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    You can update your cPanel Powered Server from here:
    WebHost Manager »cPanel »Upgrade to Latest Version

    The latest STABLE tier is at 11.64.0.20
     
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    Thank you for answering
    When I upgrade my Cpanel as you described above will it alter any of my server settings?
     
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    A regular update should not change any of your customized settings. Is there something specific you have a concern about?
     
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    Stable version should not make sure major change to setting, but still with cpanel most of the things are easy to sort out, so it better you get the upgrade done.
     
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    Not really only that I'm new to all this so I don't want to mess anything up that's why I joined this forum.
    My VPS says cpanel&whm 64.0 (build 20) for reference
    So will it be ok to go ahead with your cpanel updating as you described above?
     
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    Your cPanel is up to date.
     
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    My cpanel is up to date?
    So I don't need to update it?
    (Sorry just making sure)
     
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    You can update anyway if you like, even if it is up to date. You are up to date, yes.
     
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    Thanks for your help
    That's all for now..
    Thanks again..
     
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