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Adding a Virtualmin Server and Products

Virtualmin is a powerful and flexible web hosting control panel for Linux and BSD systems.

Supported Features

Create Suspend Unsuspend Terminate Change PackageChange PasswordClient Area Link

Get Started

First, you need to configure the plugin in Clientexec's server section as shown in the picture below. Go to Settings > Products > Servers

Now you need to add your Virtualmin server by clicking Add Server.

Field Name Description
Server NameFriendly name. How you will see it inside Clientexec.
HostnameThe name of the server where Virtualmin resides.
Shared IPMain Server IP
Maximum # of AccountsSet this to 0
Stats URLNot Mandatory.
IP Addresses (one per line)If for some reason you need to manually assign an IP to someone, you would add it here. The IP's are automatically assigned when created through Clientexec.

Plugin Options:

Field Name Description
UsernameUsername used to connect to server.
PasswordPassword used to connect to server.
Use SSLSet to NO if you do not have SSL Support.
Failure EmailE-mail address Virualmin error messages will be sent to.

Add Hosting Packages

Next step is that we need to allow your products to use the Virualmin server we just created.

In your ClientExec admin area, click: Settings > Product > Products.

Sort your list by the Product Group that will be using Virualmin.

Now choose the first product you will be using with Virualmin, Example: Virualmin Basic. (This will be assuming you have setup your packages already.)

Now click on the Advanced & Plugin Settings tab.

Click the box, and choose the drop-down option that says Virualmin or whatever title you put in the server name field.

Enter the Package Name as you set it up in your Virualmin.

If you wish to have the package created automatically after the Order Processor service has been ran, go back to the General Tab and check the "Automatically Activate package?" box.

Please keep in mind you will need to repeat the add packages process for each package that will be using the Virualmin server.

Updated on: 08/03/2023

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