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cPanel Icon not Showing in WHM List Accounts

Posted on 2014-08-05
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Hi there

I've just installed a new CentOS 6.5 server and install cPanel on it as we always do. I've noticed that with this server, when I list the accounts on the server using the WHM "List Accounts" there is no cPanel icon to enable us to go directly to the user's login. I've installed more than 20 cPanel servers in the past and have never come across this.

Has anyone got an idea what could be causing this?

Cheers
Chris
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I think you need to go to Tweak Settings > System and in the first entry, Accounts that can access a cPanel user account select Root, Account-Owner, and cPanel User — to allow root and the reseller to access the cPanel account from List Accounts screen
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MANY thanks, RedLondon!!
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