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I know when a client logs in I think they should have a link to where they can log in cPanel or at least have the option to enable or disable.
So when some one log into their account they can have a a link point to
Yes, that's quite a nice idea. The problem is, the user can change their password in cPanel so the password recorded in WHMCS is not necessarily the password they use to access the cPanel account. However, I know most of my customers do not change the default password I assign to them when they sign up so I suppose it would be ok to have the link as you suggested, as if it is incorrect, the login box should just come up anyway. Will add it V2.01.
Well it would be nice if you can do like a login share system. Where the cPanel password is the same as the WHMCS forum or the other way around.
It is not possible to get access to the cPanel password so that would not be possible.
Couldnt a script be written would login to cpanel with the current cpanel password, then change it to the new one?
Basically you would change the link in cpanel to a new change password form that would submit the changed password to cpanel and whmcs at the same time. hmm. I guess you would have issues now that i think about it though with people having multiple accounts. I know someone has some type of work around for that for MB, but im not sure how effective it is.
But WHM/cPanel does't store any of our passwords in a file. Like Matt said they can change it in cPanel but WHMCS password will be out of date. Thats why in WHMCS the link connects to WHM using the /xfercpanel/ link but you have to be logged into WHM to access it...
I know it was an old post, but the topic is still relevent. I was more asking for myself, not for the original poster. And yes, i know its not stored in a file, thats why i never mentioned anything like that. A script can login to cpanel, then submit the change password form of cpanel.
I can kinda see how a change password option will work. I guess you can use some type of curl and WHM does you fields so it would't be to hard, besides telling which account to change the password for with in the script. But I personally don't see it as a must. I think they will get confused and what not between changing the password between the client area and cPanel/WHM...
you dont find think it wouldnt be more confusing for them to all multiple passwords to remember? Most of my clients can barely figure out how to check their email.
No I mean having the password option in the billing system...
im planning on integrating the two so well that it well just be one cp. Thats the way it should be anyway.
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