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  1. #1
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    Windows VPS doubts

    Hello guys,

    I already have experience with Linux dedicated server and linux VPS with Cpanel/WHM and virtuozzo.

    In y dedicateds and my VPSs I can create reselers accounts to my clients where I can set accounts-space-traffic limits etc...

    I have also 5 windows resellers accounts that I resell to my clinets at noe. But I am interested in order a windows VPS and transfere this 5 windowws resellers accounts to this new VPS. But I have not experience with windows VPS.

    1. Can I create reseller accounts in windoews VOS as I do in linux cpanel/whm vps???

    2. What is a good windows VPS company with fast support???

    3. Cpanel/WHM is supported on windows servers???

    Thank you for any help.

  2. #2
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    1. Can I create reseller accounts in windoews VOS as I do in linux cpanel/whm vps???
    You could create reseller hosting on Windows VPS with DotNetPanel, but not cpanel/whm ( refer to answer #3 )

    2. What is a good windows VPS company with fast support???
    Try kickassvps.com

    3. Cpanel/WHM is supported on windows servers???
    cPanel/WHM is not supported on Windows, just Linux.

  3. #3
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    Hi eSited,

    Are you staff of kickassvps.com? or are you client of this company???

    I saw that plesk control panel habe 100 dominas limitation. I needing ilimitade domains. What you think about dotnetpanel???

    Thanks

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    I am not a staff nor a client, I have heard good things about them lately, so I recommended.

    I have personally used DotNetPanel before, it is pretty decent. Plesk, not a whole lot experience, I have always hated Parallels' product.

  5. #5
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    I would agree; it would be best to use DotNetPanel on Windows VPS. Also, I'd recommend you to consider signing up for Hyper-V based VPS since they have higher level of isolation with guaranteed RAM and hence they perform better than other virtualization technologies. Also, Hyper-V performs hardware level virtualization which will give you better control over your VPS OS.
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  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Formas View Post

    2. What is a good windows VPS company with fast support???
    Company reputation can be found by browsing through different threads and regarding fast support i think they all claim to do the same
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  7. #7
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    If you get a VPS with Dotnetpanel its better if you can have the DNS and failover mail hosted. Also its probably better if you have the MSSQL hosted too leaving only the web server for the VPS.

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