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Category: How to: Customize The Look of New SiteWorx Accounts by Editing the Skel File and Directory

Purpose: This document will give the reader an overview of how to customize the “look” of new SiteWorx accounts. Audience: System Administrators of hosting companies and others wishing to customize the look of their new account screen. System Administrators wishing to customize default virtual host configuration file. Overview: Each SiteWorx account on a server has […]

SKEL
Nov 16, 2012, 8:15 pmBy: InterWorx
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Category: How to: Set the Default DNS Servers

The following procedures explain how to set the default (primary, secondary, and tertiary) DNS servers on an InterWorx Control Panel server. Click the System Services menu item if it is not already open. Click the DNS Server menu item if it is not already open. Click the Overview menu item. Locate the Default DNS Servers section. Enter the new Primary DNS server in […]

DNS
Nov 12, 2012, 9:38 pmBy: InterWorx
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Category: How much does InterWorx Control Panel cost?

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Licensing
Nov 9, 2012, 9:17 pmBy: InterWorx
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Category: How to: Setup a SSL Certificate

Prerequisites An existing SiteWorx account. A SiteWorx account with a dedicated IP address. Purpose The purpose of this is to detail how to setup a SSL Certificate. How to: Setup a SSL Certificate Click the Hosting Features menu item if it is not already open. Click the SSL Certificates menu item. Click the [Setup SSL Certificate] link. If you have your […]

SSL
Nov 15, 2012, 8:18 pmBy: InterWorx
3 votes, 2.33 avg. rating (48% score)
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How to: change a network interface name on CentOS 7

Overview: CentOS 7 has introduced a naming convention for network interfaces that can result in long interface names. You may see this warning during installation: On some systems, network interface naming conventions can vary, leading to potential issues when InterWorx attempts to append identifiers to longer names. Network interface names are limited to 16 characters in CentOS. InterWorx appends […]

Oct 3, 2016, 12:25 pmBy: InterWorx
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