This interface allows you to select a server's profile, based on the service that you want the server to provide.
This feature allows you to set your server’s time zone and synchronize its time with your network's time server.
This interface lists your server's services and it allows you to enable and monitor them.
This feature displays a list of the server's monitored services.
This interface allows you to set the value for time to live (TTL) in your server's DNS zones.
This feature allows you to redirect one domain to another domain.
This feature helps you protect your server from users with terminal access (SSH or Telnet) who may inadvertently or intentionally cause a fork bomb.
This feature displays your server's current partition and hard disk usage.
This interface displays a table of all of the active processes on your server.
This feature lists how your system uses IP addresses.
This interface lists all of the processes that currently run on any database on your server.
This interface lists the server's reseller accounts.
This feature allows you to reserve an IP address that is in your address pool.
This interface displays the location of the skeleton directory.
This interface allows you to configure your server so that only the mail transport agent (MTA), Mailman mailing list software, and the root user can connect to remote SMTP servers.
Use the Spamd Startup Configuration interface to configure the startup options for the Apache SpamAssassin daemon.
This feature allows you to enable or disable password authorization for SSH authentication.
This interface allows system administrators to view detailed information about their SSL resources.
This interface lets you modify your server's SSL/TLS-related configurations.
This interface displays information about your server’s statistics and statistics software.