How to Re-Enable a Disabled Virtual Server in Virtualmin

If you’ve landed on this tutorial, then chances are you have a disabled Virtual Server in Virtualmin that you’re now ready to re-enable. This process is fairly straightforward, however you’ll need to have access to the root user account for the server. Only the root user is guaranteed to have the necessary access to re-enable a disabled server. This guide will show you how to use the root user to re-enable a disabled server in Virtualmin. Make sure you have Virtualmin installed with Webmin access before proceeding any further with this guide. A few guides that can help you do that are found here:

 

 

Once you’re ready, please refer to the following guides:

 

  1. Click on the Virtualmin section
  2. Select the disabled server from the dropdown menu

 

Showing how to select a disabled virtual server

 

  1. Select the Disable and Delete option
  2. Click on the Enable Virtual Server module

 

Showing the location of the enable virtual server module

 

  1. Select if you’d like to enable sub-servers
  2. Click the Yes, Enable It button

 

Showing the enable virtual server interface

 

Once this process is complete, the Virtual Server should now be re-enabled and all of its associated login credentials should work as expected.

 


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