If you have created too many FTP User accounts and some of these have not been used and you want to remove an FTP Account, then you can accomplish this by following this tutorial. 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the “Files” section, click on “FTP Accounts” Icon. 3. Under the “FTP Accounts” […]
If you want to increase/decrease the FTP Quota or to use an “Unlimited” FTP Quota but also want to set a limit, then follow these steps to modify the FTP User quota. 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the “Files” section, click on “FTP Accounts” Icon. 3. Under the “FTP Accounts” list, click […]
If you want to change main root FTP Account then you need to change the password of your cPanel Account. However, if you want to change the password of a specific FTP Account, you should follow this instruction. 1. Log into your cPanel account. 2. In the “Files” section, click on “FTP Accounts” Icon. 3. […]
You can use your cPanel username and password to access all folders and files via FTP. However, if you want to create an FTP user account for a specific folder or you don’t want to allow access to your root files then you can create a separate FTP Account. 1. Log into your cPanel account. […]
When you configure FileZilla, you will download an XML file and import it to your FileZilla client. To configure the FileZilla FTP client: Step – 1: Click the Configure FTP Client link that corresponds to the FTP account you wish to use to connect to your FTP server. Step – 2: Click the FTP or SFTP link […]
An FTP account is used to login to an FTP server and transfer files to and from the server. FTP accounts may have complete access to all the files on the server, or they can be restricted to a specific directory or directories. FTP accounts can be created within cPanel.