How do I change my root password?

Changing your VPS root password is very simple. Below is the easiest way to do so.

  1. Visit Services

  2. Click on your VPS from the list of Services

  3. Click on Root Password (screenshot)

  4. Type your new password (screenshot)

  5. Click on Change


All done! You should now be able to access your server using your newly set root password.

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