Accessing cPanel

Accessing cPanel


All of Datarealm’s newer shared hosting accounts come with cPanel, a fantastic control panel for managing the technical aspects of your account.

To access cPanel through your /clients area -

1) Login to your /clients interface - - Your username is your primary billing email address. If you need assistance with your /clients password, please let us know.

2) From any page of your /clients interface, look under the Services drop down for the My Services option.

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Select My Services.

3) On the next page, look for your hosting account under My Product and Services. Click on the Active status button

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If your account status is listed as anything other than Active, you may want to contact our billing department.

4) On the next detailed account page you will find various Quick Shortcut links to the most popular cPanel pages, for example the FileManager and Email Account sections, but for FULL cPanel access look to the left for the Actions menu.

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Click Login to cPanel for full access.

Please note, you can also access cPanel directly by connecting to - Where “” is the website address associated with your cPanel based Datarealm account. When accessing cPanel directly, you must use the username and password supplied when your account was created. If you need assistance with this login, please let us know.

If you are a Datarealm client with an order hosting account and would like to switch to a cPanel based account, please contact us.

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