One can change the nameservers in WHM’s Basic WebHost Manager Setup interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Basic WebHost Manager Setup).
One can contact the web host and the domain registrar, updating the information in order to change one’s domain’s nameservers.
There are two ways to do this:
If it happens so, that the user is already existing on one’s system, one can use the operating system’s user deletion tool in order to delete that user.
One can log in to the server to check whether the user is already existing or not. For this, one has to perform the following actions:
One can enter the server’s IP address and cPanel username in a web browser in order to preview the domain. As for example, if one’s IP address is 255.255.255.255 and the username is bob , the user can use: http://255.255.255.255/~bob
This function may get disabled by You web host for security reasons.
For disabling the WHM access for all users, one has to block incoming traffic on port 2086 and 2087. However, this will lock out the user as well.
One can also use a firewall in order to allow access to those ports for specific IP addresses only.
One cannot however turn an account into a reseller account (grant WHM access) from the command line. One has to use WHM API 1 to automate this process.
One cannot even shut down WHM, because WHM services will ensure the function of the server.
Answers outlined in this review will be benefitting to the users regarding WHM’s backup options.