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How to Set Up a Web User in Plesk 9.5

Reference Number: AA-01000 Created: 2012-09-20 13:36 Last Updated: 2012-10-09 10:26 0 Rating/ Voters

Setting Up Web Users in Plesk 9.5 for VPS

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How to set up a web user in Plesk.

This tutorial assumes that you have already logged in to Plesk.

Let's learn how to set up a web user in Plesk.

This feature is usually required when you want to grant access for some users that do not have their own domain names but would like to host personal web pages.

  1. Scroll down to the Web Users icon in theWeb Site group.
    Image:Webusericon.JPG
  2. Click the Preferences icon.
    Image:Webuserprefs.JPG
  3. Select the checkbox to allow the execution of scripts.
    Image:Scriptallow.JPG
  4. Then click OK.
    Image:Ok.JPG
  5. Click the Add New Web User icon.
    Image:Addwebuser.JPG
  6. Enter the web user name in the box.
    Image:Webusername.JPG
  7. Enter the new user's password and confirm the password.
    Image:Passwords.JPG
  8. Scroll down.
  9. Now let's select the programming languages to be supported for this web user.
    Image:Lannguages.JPG
  10. That's it! Scroll down and click OK to save the changes.
    Image:Ok.JPG
  11. Success! We've just successfully created a new web user.
    Image:Webusernew.JPG
  12. Now let's learn how to remove a web user if necessary.
  13. Select the web user.
    Image:Selectadmin.JPG
  14. Then click Remove link.
    Image:Removal.JPG
  15. Select the checkbox to confirm the removal.
    Image:Confrem.JPG
  16. Then click OK.
    Image:Ok.JPG
  17. We're done! The new web users has been successfully removed now.
    Image:Donerem.JPG

This is the end of the tutorial. You now know how to add and delete web users in Plesk. Now you may grant access to the users who do not have their own domain names but would like to host some web pages.

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