Getting Started: Virtual Server First Steps
The fundamentals necessary to creating a functional Internet
presence with your new Virtual Server are all included here. This is an excellent
resource for first time Virtual Server users.
You will also want to become acquainted with our online
Virtual Server Handbook.
Review Your Virtual Server Configuration E-Mail
The Virtual Server Configuration E-Mail
you received from our Customer Service Staff
contains information about your new Virtual Server, including the username and password,
Virtual Server type (and services included), activation date, IP address, and temporary domain name.
Tour the Backroom
As a new customer, it is important for you to become familiar with our
The Backroom contains
useful interfaces, diagnostics tools, and technical information
that will help you manage your Virtual Server accounts.
Understanding how to use the
Backroom will also help you administer your Virtual Servers.
Upload Content to Your Virtual Server
There are several methods to you can use to
Transfer Files To and From a Virtual Server.
Instructions for FTP clients like WS_FTP and Fetch, and for other methods like
iManager and Windows File Sharing are presented here.
Create E-Mail and FTP User Accounts
Depending on the type of your Virtual Server, you have the ability to
setup E-Mail Aliases, and e-mail and FTP
User Accounts. It's
very easy to do by following these step-by-step instructions.
Become an Expert Administrator
Virtual Server, created some e-mail/ftp accounts, we invite you to
consider some further Virtual Server administration topics. Practically
everything you need to know is included in the
FreeBSD Virtual Server Help and
Solaris Virtual Server Help sections of our
web site. Topics covered include Web server configuration, Virtual
Subhost configuration, Virtual Server administration, the Microsoft
FrontPage Server Extensions, Java and Perl, and much, much more.
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