Add new and edit existing project

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To create a project or change its parameters, You need to fill out the same forms, hence these actions will be described in one section. To create a new project, click the "Add" icon and fill out the following form:

Module«Projects»
  • Name - enter a name for the project.
  • Web-site - enter the web-site of your project.
  • Billing domain name - enter a domain name that will used when creating the third level domains and provider's name servers.
  • Free domain name - enter a free domain name of the third level for services that require a domain name. If not specified, user.example.com will be used. See also Forming a domain name for services.
  • Name servers - enter the name servers that are provided to a customer for domain name service.
  • Login template - enter the information that will be used to create a user when ordering services. More information can be found in the Forming a username for services module.
  • Transaction currency - select a currency that will be used when effecting payments in this project.
  • Credit limit - enter the maximum amount that can be used by a customer on credit. When creating a new customer in the Customer management section, the credit limit will be copied to his account from the project properties.
  • E-mail for notifications - enter an e-mail box that will be used when receiving notifications form the Support system.
  • Do not use fraud protection - check the box if you do not want to use protection from fraudulent actions for this project. More information about this feature can be found in the Fraud protection module.
  • Stop services regardless the panel policy - select the check box to suspend customers' services regardless the Global settings.
  • Personal account id - choose an algorithm for generating a personal account id.

Edit the project

To edit a project, locate the project you wish to edit, click the "Edit" icon and modify the settings you want to change.

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