Do you have a control panel?

Every VPS comes with our 'Server Management Control Panel'. This web based server management control panel allows you to boot, reboot, shutdown your server, reinstall an OS, change operating systems, view stats, access the backup console, and more, all from an easy to use web based interface.

If you are looking to use a tradiational Web Services Control Panel with your VPS as well (like cPanel, Plesk, VestaCP, Kloxo, DirectAdmin or Webmin) you may install any of these on your VPS. These control panels allow you to manage Web, Mail, DNS, and Database services through a web based graphical interface. Because you have complete control of your VPS and it's software, you can install any web services control panel you want on your server.

If you would like to purchase a cPanel license directly from us, just open up a ticket with billing. You can also purchase a license from any other license company online and use it with your SecuredSpeed VPS (just point it to your VPS IP).

Note: we do not offer technical support for a web services control panel that you may choose to install on your server (or any other software that you may run on your server). We provide these optional control panel licenses as a convenience to our customers. If you have technical or support questions for any software that you may be running on your server, check the software developers website. These websites often have guides and documentation that will be of use to users.


 

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