This document contains common account creation errors and the steps to troubleshoot them.
This document explains the differences between account suspension, bandwidth limiting, and account termination.
The Account Transfer interface displays the status and progress of your account restoration, and any warnings.
This interface allows you to change the IP addresses of multiple accounts simultaneously.
This feature allows you to transfer multiple accounts to a reseller.
This interface allows you to change an account's IP address.
This interface allows you to convert an existing addon domain into a full cPanel account.
This interface allows you to create new cPanel or WHM accounts.
This document describes how to quickly publish a website on a newly-provisioned cPanel & WHM server.
This document describes reseller account privileges and how to manage reseller accounts.
This document describes how to use SSH keys to securely copy an account from one server (source server) to another server (destination server).
Demo accounts allow users, such as potential customers, to navigate the features of cPanel & WHM.
When accounts are too large to move with the WHM Transfers features, you can move the accounts manually.
This document explains how to rebuild corrupt userdata files.
An outline for feature releases of a system to allow external users access to cPanel.
This document explains the concept of overselling. Overselling means that the system limits resellers via the resources that their cPanel accounts actually use instead of the resources that you allocate to them.
This document explains issues that you may experience when you log out of a cPanel account.
This document explains the differences between reseller accounts and accounts with multiple domains.
This document explains cPanel & WHM's username restrictions and what to do if you encounter an invalid, reserved, or misconfigured username.
cPanel & WHM uses VirtFS to provide a jailed shell environment for users who connect to a server via SSH.