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When users set up in CentOS Web Panel (CWP), they occasionally need to add domains to their plan. This guide will go over adding domains from the User Panel in CentOS Web Panel. Prerequisites for Adding Domains CentOS Web Panel installed and setup The user account created...

SSL Encryption Certificates are a prevalent method of securing your site. CentOS Web Panel (CWP) helps automate applying SSL certificates for domains on your server. This article will detail how to Enable AutoSSL in the CentOS Web panel. Important Note: This method issues...

User accounts within CentOS Web Panel will manage email accounts from the CentOS Web Panel Control Web Panel. This guide will detail CentOS Web Panel user email creation to help Hostwinds clients use a Cloud VPS or Dedicated server . Creating an Email Account Step 1: Log in...

When using CentOS Web Panel (CWP)as your web-based server management tool, you may need to modify or manage your hostname. There are many different reasons you may need to change the hostname. We will discuss how to manage hostname in CentOS Web Panel. Managing Your Hostname...

CentOS Web Panel (CWP) features a built-in DNS Management tool that controls the DNS without worrying about complex BIND server setup. It offers this through a tool called FreeDNS. The guide will go over the CentOS Web Panel Default DNS Setup process to help you get started...

After installing CentOS Web Panel within the Cloud Control Portal, there is a brief process to complete. This guide will go over the CentOS Web Panel Setup Process and cover installing CentOS web panel on a new Cloud VPS Server. Prerequisites: Install of CentOS Web Panel...

When working with CentOS Web Panel, a User account is better suited for some tasks. These tasks include managing subdomains, managing user email accounts, setting up FTP Accounts, plus many more. This guide will show you how to log in to user accounts within CentOS Web Panel...

When using CentOS Web Panel to manage your email addresses, you will need to know how to check those email addresses. This guide will detail two different methods of Checking Emails hosted within the CentOS Web panel. Prerequisites: – DNS Functional, preferably with CentOS...

When using CentOS Web Panel as your server management portal, you will need to manage email accounts created on the server. This guide will go over admin email management within CentOS Web Panel. Email Management Within CentOS Web Panel The page that allows you to manage...

When using CentOS Web Panel, you will need to manage emails when administering the server. This guide will go over admin email creation within CentOS Web Panel and is intended for Hostwinds clients with a Dedicated Server or Cloud VPS Server. Creating an Email Step 1: If you...

When working with CentOS 7 Web Panel (CWP7), you may need to add a domain to an existing user. This is common when you want to have multiple variations of a domain point to the same content or have more than one site among domains that you wish to host inside the same user...

You may sometimes need to manage users you have created with CentOS Web panel (CWP). This would happen when a user needs to be upgraded or downgraded, granted different permissions, have the email address or password modified, or other similar user management tasks. This...

CentOS Web Panel is a robust web-based control panel for the CentOS 6/7 server environment. Whenever CWP7 needs to notify the administrator or current user of an active alert, update, error, or other messages, it shows a number next to the notification icon in the CWP7...

When using the CentOS 7 Web Panel (CWP7) on your Hostwinds VPS or dedicated server, the occasional requirement of modifying, creating, editing, or removing files on your server surfaces. The easiest, most direct way to do so is by utilizing the built-in File Manager for CWP7...

When using the CentOS 7 Web Panel (CWP7), there occasionally comes a time where you may need to use a direct Command-Line tool to make a quick edit, change or command. CWP7 provides a built-in tool to make this as simple as launching a new tab in these cases. This article...

A solid control panel is strongly desired for many Hostwinds clients. In many cases, it may come up that you might need to run a web hosting control panel to manage your accounts and your server configurations. One of the more robust options you have available for your...