Want to remove web disk from options and video tutorials

ozace

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Hi,
I would like to remove some options from my X3 cPanel - firstly the Web Disk option (I can see it causing me all sorts of support issues.) I would also like to be able to remove the video tutorials selection option for it as well.

Any clues on where to do this please - thanks in advance?

(by the way this is on the X3 template - thanks)

cheers

Jim
 
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sebby

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Hello-

In WHM, Packages -> Feature Manager, edit the default feature list and uncheck Web Disk. This will disable the feature for all the accounts on your box.

Cheers
 

jandafields

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Of course, this will not disable the actual webdisk itself. Clients will still be able to log into their webdisk since the main account is active all the time... Unless you block it in the firewall of course. 2077 and 2078.
 

cPanelDavidG

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Of course, this will not disable the actual webdisk itself. Clients will still be able to log into their webdisk since the main account is active all the time... Unless you block it in the firewall of course. 2077 and 2078.
You can also stop the service cpdavd and remove it from /etc/init.d/

/usr/local/cpanel/etc/init stopcpdavd

Seeing as so many people are disabling Webdisk, perhaps someone should put in a feature request to http://bugzilla.cpanel.net to have a convenient way to disable cpdavd and remove it from the feature list.
 

david364

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Stopping cpdavd didn't work for me. My server sent me an email saying "RECOVERED ❇: cpdavd".

How to remove the cpdavd entirely? Can it be done from WHM? From cPanel? From shell?

I don't want to have to edit webdisk access out of many, many DNS zones in cPanel, but this would be best.
 
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