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You can set your custom/private nameserver from WHM. 1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Server Configuration >> Basic WebHost Manager® Setup or type Basic in the search box, and it...

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You can create Predefined packages in WHM for automation purposes or to make it easy for you.1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Packages >> Add a Package or type Add a Package in the...

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You can edit the hosting package of your account, or if you have root access, you can also edit the package of other users from WHM. 1. Login to your WHM Account.   2. Go to Packages >>...

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You can remove the package of your account, or should you have root access. You can also remove the packages of other users from WHM.1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Packages >> Delete...

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You can add a Feature List from your WHM Account. Feature lists allow you to provide a customized plan with specific features only.1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Packages >> Feature...

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You can enable/disable features of your customers' cPanel account from WHM. Follow this tutorial if you do not want to provide access to PHP Setting, SSL, or anything else.1. Login to your WHM...

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You have a feature list that you do not need, and you wish to remove it? You can follow this tutorial to do it. 1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Packages >> Feature Manager or type...

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To create a cPanel account, you need to create at least one hosting package from WHM. You can easily create a package from the Add a Package option in WHM. 1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to...

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Do you want to force your cPanel users to change their passwords after login? If so, follow this tutorial. 1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Account Functions >> Force Password Change...

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Do you want to limit the bandwidth usage of a cPanel user? Or is it the case that your bandwidth is limited, and you need to increase it? A WHM user can modify the cPanel account's bandwidth, and a...

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If you have а WHM Reseller account, you can suspend а cPanel user from your account. 1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Account Functions >> Manage Account Suspension or type Manage...

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You can unsuspend cPanel accounts from WHM. Follow this tutorial to unsuspend your cPanel user. 1. Login to your WHM Account. 2. Go to Account Functions >> Manage Account Suspension or type...

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