How to Create Reseller Account from WHM?

WHM allows you to create reseller accounts under your cPanel Linux VPS. To create reseller accounts, either you can give reseller privileges to existing cPanel accounts or you can create new cPanel account as a reseller.

Grant Reseller privileges to existing cPanel account

 

  1. Login to WHM.
  2. Under Account Functions section, select Modify an Account option.

    Modify Account

  3. Choose cPanel account from Account Selection and click on Modify. This will open cPanel Account properties window.
  4. Check the checkbox Reseller privileges and click on Save Button.

    Reseller Privileges

Grant Reseller privileges while creating new cPanel account

 

  1. Login to WHM.
  2. Under Account Functions section, Create a New Account.
  3. Under Reseller Settings, check the checkbox Make the Account a Reseller and click on Create button.

    Make Account Reseller

 

Limit privileges of a Reseller account in WHM

 

Once you add Reseller account in WHM, the next important step you should take is to set Reseller privileges. Please refer to our knowledgebase article on How to limit privileges of a Reseller account in WHM.


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