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I would love to be able to bookmark certain cPanel URLs (or send them in an email to other users) however because cPanel embeds a session ID in the URL, I frequently get this error when attempting to access a bookmarked URL:

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I then have to reenter my password, and afterward I am no longer on the page I originally bookmarked. This seems to happen with phpMyAdmin URLs, AwStats URLs, and numerous other sections within cPanel.

If anyone has found a workaround for this problem, I'd love to know.

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  • In the example provided, why can't you just bookmark ames.net.au:2082?
    – zigojacko
    Jun 14, 2016 at 7:28
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    @zigojacko He wants to go direct to certain cPanel pages, not the main page
    – Tim Malone
    Jun 14, 2016 at 8:08

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I've had no problem doing this, providing the session variable is taken out of the bookmarked URL.

It takes me to the login page and then immediately to the page I had bookmarked.

I've frequently used it for the FTP Sessions page on a host that had a tight limit, where I often had to go in just to disconnect all the active sessions.

Your screenshot shows an AWStats URL however, which might behave differently, as it's not a core cPanel page - cPanel just links to it.

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