Manage cPAddons

You can select cPAddons for a single user on your server or you can select cPAddons for all users on your server.

Show all installs that need to be updated

This section is located at the top of the "Manage cPAddons" page.

Steps

  1. Select All installs that need to be updated from the Show drop down menu.
  2. Select either All Users or select a single user from the "Users" drop down menu.
  3. Click on the Manage button.
  4. When the page loads you will see a five-column table consisting of the following information:
    • User - The username associated with the installed cPAddon.
    • Addon - The name of the associated cPAddon.
    • Latest - The latest available version of the associated cPAddon.
    • Version - The current version of the associated cPAddon. If the current version is outdated, the "upgrade" link will be shown. Click on the upgrade link to update the associated cPAddon. If the version is the latest version available, the version number will be displayed in green, otherwise it will be displayed in red.
    • Currently installed in WHM - This column entry will show either a green circle icon or a flashing red circle icon. The "uninstall" link will always be shown for the associated cPAddon. Click on the uninstall link to remove the associated cPAddon in its entirety.

Show all installs regardless of their status

This section is located at the top of the "Manage cPAddons" page.

Steps
  1. Select Every Install from the "Show" drop down menu.
  2. Select either All Users or select a single user from the "Users" drop down menu.
  3. Click on the Manage button.
  4. When the page loads you will see a five-column table consisting of the following information:
    • User - The username associated with the installed cPAddon.
    • Addon - The name of the associated cPAddon.
    • Latest - The latest available version of the associated cPAddon.
    • Version - The current version of the associated cPAddon. If the current version is outdated, the "upgrade" link will be shown. Click on the upgrade link to update the associated cPAddon. If the version is the latest version available, the version number will be displayed in green, otherwise it will be displayed in red.
    • Currently installed in WHM - This column entry will show either a green circle icon or a flashing red circle icon. The "uninstall" link will always be shown for the associated cPAddon. Click on the uninstall link to remove the associated cPAddon in its entirety.

Upgrade all installs that need it

This section is located at the top of the "Manage cPAddons" page under the "Show installs" section.

Steps
  1. Select Upgrade all installs that need it from the "Show" drop down menu.
  2. Select either All Users or select a single user from the "Users" drop down menu.
  3. Click on the Go button.
  4. When the page loads, the system will display all cPAddons that have been upgraded in addition to a link to the associated cPAddon website.

Uninstall all installs that are no longer installed in WHM

This section is located at the top of the "Manage cPAddons" page under the "Show installs" section.

Steps
  1. Select Uninstall all installs that are no longer installed in WHM from the "Show" drop down menu.
  2. Select either All Users or select a single user from the "Users" drop down menu.
  3. Click on the Go button.
  4. When the page loads, you will see a confirmation statement similar to the following:

"Are you sure you want to uninstall this?"

  1. Click on the Yes I am sure I want to do this. link.

The system will display all cPAddons that have been upgraded in addition to a link to the associated cPAddon website



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