The Support Center interface contains several links that allow you to access cPanel & WHM support features.
This feature compares zone files among servers, recognizes which are the most up-to-date, and updates the servers in the DNS cluster.
This document describes the two reboot interfaces.
This interface allows you to update your server's RPM packages.
The Terminal interface allows you to access an in-browser terminal application for direct command-line access within a cPanel & WHM session.
This interface allows you to simultaneously terminate multiple accounts.
The WHM interface provides the server's root user and resellers with access to all of WHM's server administration features.
This set of features allows you to manage themes for the following interfaces: cPanel, Login, Webmail and WHM.
This interface allows you to manage the Tomcat status of your users. Tomcat runs as a private, single-user instance.
This interface allows you to discover possible weaknesses that attackers might exploit, or to troubleshoot problems with the network.
This interface lets you perform a transfer or restore for a cPanel account via an account archive file.
This interface copies multiple accounts from a remote server to your cPanel & WHM server.
This interface allows you to configure many cPanel & WHM settings.
This function allows you to configure two-factor authentication (2FA), a security measure for the login interface of cPanel & WHM.
This feature allows you to simultaneously unsuspend all of the accounts that have exceeded their bandwidth.
This interface allows you to manually update software dependencies that your operating system installed and which cPanel & WHM requires in order to run.
This feature allows you to update your cPanel & WHM software to the most recent build available on your server's Release Tier.
This interface allows you to change an account’s package.
This interface allows you to view available locales, cross-referenced against the themes for which they are available.
This interface lists users who have relayed mail. Relayed email is email that a user on your server forwards to a remote account.