cPanel/WHM Licensing Changes

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Back in June 2019, cPanel announced a complete overhaul of their pricing model, a move that saw significant price increases for many of their users. You can find cPanel’s original announcement here: https://blog.cpanel.com/announcing-account-based-pricing/ While the new pricing structure came into force on the 1st September, we held off increasing our prices to give our customers …

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SiteAutoBackup.Com Dramatically Reduces cPanel/WHM Server Backup Prices!

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April 11, 2014
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Available immediately, reduced cPanel/WHM backup pricing available at https://www.siteautobackup.com/cart.php

With the new cost savings in place, web hosting providers and resellers can offer their own backup service, backing up websites and servers hosted by the world's biggest web hosting providers…
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How to copy a cPanel/WHM account to your server using its to login info – WHM Tutorials

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How to copy a cPanel/WHM account to your server using its login info • There is an additional way to transfer an individual account from another server to yours. Unlike the other methods for account transfers, this does not need root SSH access to remote server. • Instead, you will be able to connect using the account’s login information. While, this does come in handy when you can’t obtain root access, this method works only when transferring from cPanel/WHM server. • If you are transferring an account from some other cPanel, you’ll have to use transfer feature requiring root SSH access. • You can always check a cPanel server version by logging in WHM. • Go to Transfers menu and click on Copy an account from another server with account password option. • You will see some usage notes at the top of the displayed page. Scroll down. • Fill in server to copy from, domain name, username to copy, user’s password and other options. Click on Copy account button to proceed. • First, this tool will create and download a backup of account from remote server. Once it is locally extracted, a new account will be generated. The account will be transferred.

How to import cPanel/WHM domains into WHMCS – WHMCS Tutorials

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How to import cPanel/WHM domains into WHMCS • If you have lots of cPanel/WHM Accounts, it can take hours to get them all added to WHMCS. There is a shortcut utility for the same. • Open utilities menu and click on cPanel/WHM Import. Choose server you wish to import accounts from. Click on Get Account List. You will be shown a list of all accounts on the server. The highlights in yellow will indicate domain already in WHMCS, while pink indicates that the package specified in WHM does not exist in WHMCS. • Refresh the page for any missing packages. You can show only those domains owned by your domain name using this button and hide domains already in WHMCS with this one. • Select the domains you wish to import. Click on Import button. The selected accounts will be imported to WHMCS. • Click Add New Department tab. Fill in the details and click on Add department button, when done.
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How to configure a cPanel/WHM vps with custom nameservers

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A short video on how to setup your vps with cPanel/WHM and custom nameservers.

cPanel/WHM Admin Essentials (Part 3 of 3) Server Load

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In this final segment of the cPanel/WHM Admin Essentials webinar, cPanel’s Technical Trainer Lee Latham explores: server load, what causes server load and corrective actions to take when your server load is excessive.