[How To] Change/reset/update cPanel password from command line

If you do not have access to WHM then cPanel password for a particular account can be updated from shell with root access.

The following steps should help you to change  / reset / update cPanel password of particular account from shell:

1) Access the server as a root user through SSH

2) Execute following command

/scripts/chpass username password

where

username : cPanel account username

password : new password you wish to set

Note: Password should not contain special characters

3) Synchronize the new password with the default FTP user

/scripts/ftpupdate

 If any feedback, queries are always welcome!


If you do not have access to WHM then cPanel password for a particular account can be updated from shell with root access. The following steps should help you to change  / reset / update cPanel password of particular account from shell: 1) Access the server as a root user through SSH 2) Execute following ...

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