The Account Restore interface displays the status and progress of your account restoration, and any warnings.
The Account Transfer interface displays the status and progress of your account restoration, and any warnings.
This interface allows you to add an IP address to your IP address pool.
This feature allows you to create a new package that you can assign to any account on your server.
This interface allows you to permit remote hosts (servers) to access MySQL® databases on your server, or to access a remote MySQL server that you configured via WHM's Manage MySQL Profiles interface.
This collection of features allows you to configure Apache.
This interface allows you to disable the Apache `mod_userdir` module's functionality for your users.
This interface displays the status of your Apache server.
Allows you to call WHM API 1 functions from the UI.
This interface allows you to select processes that the system will terminate when the upcp script calls the system maintenance script every night.
The Backup Configuration interface allows system administrators to customize their scheduled backups.
cPanel Analytics features collect data about interface use and server configuration. The data that we gather may change in the future.
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.
This document explains how to locate and install a PHP version or a PHP extension.
We include keyboard shortcuts in the WHM interface to allow for quicker navigation.
This document reviews Man-in-the-Middle attacks and how to prevent them.
You can use the Advanced Editor section of WHM's Exim Configuration Manager interface to configure your mail servers to scan outgoing mail for spam.
This document describes the addition of Sender Rewriting Scheme (SRS) support in cPanel & WHM version 108.