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  1. #1
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    How do I reset cPanel account?

    Hi, is there anyway I can reset a cPanel account, I wanna keep all the bandwith that person has used but delete all the Files/Databases like a new account. Thanks

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    NM, I figured it out. Thanks

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    You might want to post the solution so others who search the forum in the future can be helped... Just a suggestion when it comes to "figred it out" type posts.
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    well it was a resellers account when I terminated it all the bandwith used stood there and when I recreated it all the accounts were still under it. Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrozenHost
    well it was a resellers account when I terminated it all the bandwith used stood there and when I recreated it all the accounts were still under it. Hope this helps
    Hmm interesting, does cPanel eventually clear out bandwidth logs from deleted accounts?
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    dunno but I think if you recreate it, it stays there unless you remove the reseller feature first and then terminate it.

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