Import user (ISPmanager)

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The function can be used to import user account either from an external ISPmanager server or from your local storage.

Follow the step-by-step guide that will help you to import a user.

Remote server running ISPmanager

Module «Import user»
  • Location - select a server from which you want to import:
    • Remote ISPmanager server
  • Server - enter the IP-address of the remote server or the domain name where the user account you want to import is stored.
  • Login - enter the login to gain access to the remote server where the user account you want to import is stored.
  • Password - enter the password to gain access to the remote server where the user account you want to import is stored.
Module «Import user»
  • User - a complete list of user accounts created on the remote control panel will be displayed. By clicking the corresponding buttons you can add or exclude accounts you want to import.
Module «Import user»
  • Data transfer protocol - select a data transfer protocol. We recommend using SSH to transfer large amounts of data.
  • Assign IP address - select an IP-address that will be assigned to this user and all his domains.
  • Change the domains' NS records into local by default - check the box if you wish to change NS records of the domain into local ones by default.

Show additional fields

  • Do not import the following items - by clicking the corresponding buttons, you can select the items that you do not want to import.

Local archive

Module «Import user»
  • Location - select a server from which you want to import:
    • Local archive
  • Local user - select a user you want to transfer from the local storage.
  • Path to archive - enter a path to the backup archive. Users should provide this path according to their home directory. Root should specify this path according to the root directory.
Module «Import user»


  • Assign IP address - select an IP-address that will be assigned to this user and all his domains.
  • DNS login - enter the username to access the slave DNS server where the archive is stored.
  • DNS password - enter the password to access the slave DNS server where the archive is stored.

If you use the same slave DNS you must fill out these forms to avoid possible errors. If you use different slave DNS, leave the fields blank.

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