Changing the Control Panel Password

There are 2 methods to change your Control Panel password.

Method 1

You will need to login to your Limenex client area account and then follow this guide.

1. Click on 'Services' on the navigation bar and select 'My Services'.

2. Click on 'View Details' for the account you would like to change the password for.

3. Click on 'Change Password' tab.

4. In the 'New Password' field, enter your new password.

5. In the 'Confirm New Password' field, re-enter your new password to confirm it.

Note: You will see the strength of your password below, if you are unable to think of a secure password, we suggest that you click here to generate a secure password automatically and use its suggestion.

6. Click the 'Save Changes' button to save it and update your account.

Method 2

You will need to login to your cPanel account and then follow this guide.

1. Click on the 'Change Password' icon, which can be found in the Preferences section of your cPanel home screen.

2. In the 'Old Password' field, enter your existing password, (the one you use to log into cPanel).

3. In the 'New Password' field, enter your new password.

Note: Please read the notes below the fields for advice on selecting and securing your password.

4. In the 'New Password (again)' field, re-enter your new password to confirm it.

Note: You will see the strength of your password below, if you are unable to think of a secure password, we suggest that you click the Password Generator button and use its suggestion.

5. Click the 'Change Password' button to save it and update your account.

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