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If you're copying within the same cPanel account then you can use the File Manager for this purpose. Simply right-click the file or folder and choose "Copy". If the file needs to be copied to another cPanel account, then you may need root-level SSH access to the server, or if you don't have root access, you might be able to connect to an SSH shell and ...


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Simon is right about what access they won't have. I find the best way to handle a situation like this is to change the document root to something like /public_html/temp and then unsuspend the account for a negotiated length of time e.g. 48 hours


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When suspending a cPanel account, it will fully lock down the account... it prevents login into cPanel, SQL, Mail and all other services, crons and processes. The account can then only be restored via the Reseller administrator. CKB What happens when you suspend an account? The system uses the passwd -l command to lock the account's /etc/shadow ...


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Accessing websites via IP is not desirable and not supported by most good hosts. It's considered a good practice for security savvy shared web hosts not to allow accessing content via the IP address of the server via mod_userdir, this is because mod_userdir has some security concerns. More information about this below. SOURCE The mod_userdir ...


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You should be able to access it via http://IPADDRESS/~cpanel_accountname/addon_domain_directory so it would look something like http://123.456.789.000/~matt/addondomain UPDATE:. https://au.godaddy.com/help/preview-your-website-3950


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When cPanel adds a subdomain, it's a subdomain of the domain listed on the account. So, if account B has a primary domain of sub1.example.com, then it could only add domains like sub2.sub1.example.com. Somehow, you would want to be either making it into its own cPanel account, or adding it to the account with the primary domain example.com. If you tried ...


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I am going to make an assumption here that the hosting panel is either cPanel or Plex. In either case the passwords are stored in the shadow file which unless your host has made an unsecured server will not be accessible directly to you. The best option in this case is to reset all passwords and notify your customers of the reset password before the change ...


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The only memory limitations currently supported are the ones that you have asked about. There is no way currently in cPanel to apply a memory limit on an account basis, only on a per script or per process basis. The issue you would encounter is how to apply a memory limit on a per account basis as each account does not spawn its own Apache process and if it ...


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It sounds like a security feature on the server is redirecting the connection when html escaped data is added to the URL. Take a look through your Apache configuration files and the vhost files and check any redirect rules you find, you will probably fine one has a regex pattern for identifying html escaped data and blocking it as a security precaution. If ...



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