Multiple cPanels Managed by One User

Traditionally, our way of accommodating multiple domains in a single account for DoOO instances has been to make the account owner a Reseller in WHM. Jim wrote a great guide on this here, but you’re essentially telling the server that one person “owns” multiple cPanels, so WHM smushes them together.

That said, the process is quite bulky so Tim has been working on some code that will simplify things a bit. The user will have two orders in WHMCS, and then WHM pulls that information into the user’s cPanel.

So this,

translates to this in cPanel:

We’ve got this running on a few of our DoOO servers currently, but not every one. If you run into this scenario often, let us know & we’ll get it added to your school’s server.

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cPanel Basics

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