Tutorials

Generating an SSL certificate in WHM

This tutorial will show you the steps for generating an SSL certificate in WHM This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to WebHost Manager (WHM). Now let’s learn how to generate and install an SSL certificate in WHM 1) Click the SSL/TLS link Getting your own domain-specific SSL certificate installed and working properly is a […]

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How to change your WHM password

This tutorial will show you how to change your WHM password This demo assumes you’ve already logged in to WebHost Manager (WHM) Let’s learn how to change our WHM (or main) password 1) Click the Password Modification link Remember that the WHM password is the same as the CPanel password for your main account. In […]

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Change a site’s IP address in WHM

This tutorial will show you how to change a site’s IP address in WHM By default, all accounts on your server will share the same IP address — your server’s main IP. You can assign an account a dedicated IP address, if you wish, or move an account from a dedicated IP address to the […]

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Manage Feature Lists in WHM

This tutorial will show you how to manage Feature Lists in WHM Many of the features that can be assigned to a cPanel account are stored by WHM in Feature Lists, which allow you to enable or disable whatever features you want. Once created, a list can be assigned to a Package and then chosen […]

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Manage shell access in WHM

This tutorial will show you how to manage shell access in WHM Giving an account shell access provides the user with command line access to your server via SSH, which can be very useful when in the right hands. Shell access is restricted by an account’s permissions, but giving an account shell access does bring […]

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Manage Wheel Group Users in WHM

This tutorial will show you how to manage Wheel Group Users in WHM Placing someone’s username in the wheel group on a Linux system enables them to switch users when connected to the shell (assuming they have the user’s password). This includes the root user, which has complete access to your server. You should thus […]

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View the raw access logs in WHM

This tutorial will show you how to view the raw access logs in WHM You might occasionally need to view an account’s raw access logs for HTTP and FTP. They can be viewed from cPanel, but WHM as well. 1) Go to Account Functions in the menu. 2) Click Raw Apache Log Download. 3) Select […]

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Fix an inactive account in WHM

This tutorial describes how to fix an inactive account in WHM If an account’s information is removed from the Apache configuration files, it will be marked in cPanel as inactive. There is a tool in WHM that allows you to fix all inactive accounts. 1) Find the Account Functions. 2) Click Show Active and Inactive […]

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How to make a demo account in WHM

This tutorial will show you how to make a demo account in WHM Demo Mode can be activated on any cPanel account through WHM. An account in demo mode restricts the user’s ability to alter files and folders but still appears to be a fully-functional cPanel account. This allows you or your resellers to show […]

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FrontPage Extensions in WHM

This tutorial will show you how to manage FrontPage Extensions in WHM The FrontPage Extensions for Apache have security issues and bugs. FrontPage itself has been discontinued since 2006. We, therefore, recommend that you don’t install FrontPage Extensions on a site if at all possible. There are alternatives for every bit of functionality it provides. […]

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