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Add User – User Manager – cPanel

Learn How to Add User in User Manager – cPanel. The User Manager interface allows you to manage your Subaccounts. Subaccounts use the same login and password information for email, FTP, and Web Disk services. The system synchronizes the password of each of the Subaccount’s allowed services. This interface does not allow you to create new cPanel accounts.


Video tutorial – User Manager in cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – User Manager in cPanel

  1. User Manager

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or from the direct link.

    Find the Preferences section and click the User Manager link.

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  2. User Manager

    Click the Add User button.

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  3. Basic Information

    Full Name
    – Type the user’s name
    Username
    – Type the username
    Domain
    – If you manage more than one domain, select the appropriate domain from the menu.
    Contact Email Address
    – Type a contact email address for the user.
    You must enter the contact email address to allow Subaccount users to use the Reset Password feature or to allow the user to set their password.
    If you do not specify a contact email address, the system will generate a fake email address when a user attempts to reset their password.


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  4. Security Information

    In the next area that requires Security Information, you will need to choose whether you want the user to have their password configured, or if you want to create a password for them. In case you don’t have the email address of the user, you need to select the Set the user’s password option.

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  5. Services

    Under Services, enable account features from the selection provided, including FTP, Email, and Web Disk support. As you allow more default features in cPanel, the selection may change.

    Email
    Email allows you to enable the Subaccount’s email address.
    You can configure the following email setting:
    Quota — The amount of hard drive space the Subaccount may use to store email.

    FTP
    FTP allows you to manage your website’s files.
    You can configure the following FTP settings:
    Quota — The amount of hard drive space the Subaccount user may use in their specified home directory.
    Home Directory — The Subaccount’s FTP home directory.

    Web Disk
    The Web Disk utility allows you to manage and manipulate files on your server in multiple types of interfaces (for example, your computer, mobile device, or certain types of software).
    You can configure the following Web Disk settings:
    Home Directory — The Subaccount’s Web Disk home directory.
    Permissions — The Subaccount’s home directory permissions. You can select either of the following permissions:
    Read-Write — The Subaccount can read and write files inside the directory.
    Read-Only — The Subaccount can only read files inside the directory.

    Click the Create button.

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  6. Wait for the success message.

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