How to Change the Password of an SPanel User Account

Many website owners are faced with what, at first glance, looks like a difficult choice after their online projects outgrow the limitations of their shared hosting plans. A dedicated server might seem like an obvious choice until you consider the massive price difference and realize that the budget just wouldn’t allow it. Virtual Private Servers (VPS) were designed to bridge the gap between shared hosts and dedicated ones, but they too can present certain challenges.

With a VPS, you receive a set of hardware resources that are available to your project at any given time. In that respect, it resembles a dedicated server, but crucially, it costs a fraction of the price. 

Less experienced users might be apprehensive about this, however, because they might not feel confident enough to set up, configure, and run an entire server, albeit a virtual one. Fortunately, even if your server management skills are not that well-developed, there are solutions for you.

With one of Scala Hosting’s Managed VPS hosting packages, you’ll get all the benefits of a virtual private server without the need to think about the technical challenges associated with setting it up and configuring it. Shortly after you complete your purchase, your VPS will be created, the operating system will be installed, and all the configuration steps will be completed by us.

From then on, it’s up to you to control your projects with SPanel – our unique hosting management platform. Through it, you can monitor your VPS’ health, restart services or the entire server if needed, and create and manage all the projects running on the server through separate user accounts.

Having control over these accounts is extremely important. Under certain scenarios, you might assign them to other individuals who will be responsible for managing the websites hosted under them. You still need to be able to restrict access to them, however, because ultimately, you’re the owner of the VPS. 

As such, you also have to ensure that the projects on your server are well-protected. Because of this, SPanel gives you the option of easily changing user accounts’ passwords.

Changing accounts’ passwords in SPanel

There are many reasons why you might want to change an SPanel user account’s password. However, there’s only one way to do it. It’s pretty simple, as well. Here are the steps:

  1. Log into SPanel’s Admin Interface.
    The default login URL is https://[your server’s IP]/spanel. This is where you control everything related to the SPanel accounts hosted on your server.
How to Change the Password of an SPanel User Account
  1. Click the Actions button next to the account you want to modify and select Change Password.
    On the homepage, you’ll see a list of all the SPanel user accounts hosted on your server. Next to each one of them, there’s an Actions drop-down menu. Open it and select Change Password.
How to Change the Password of an SPanel User Account
  1. Pick a new password and save the changes.
    The new password must be at least 8-characters long and will ideally include uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and special characters. You can use the provided password generator to pick a truly strong and random password for your account. When you’re done, click Change to save the changes.
How to Change the Password of an SPanel User Account

How to Change the Password of an Account

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