Under My Server you can give a specific pattern to specify the hostname on behalf of the user, my question he how to Disallow the user to enter a hsotname either in WHMCS or Possibly SCP ??…
Thanks a lot !… Not exactly a user friendly solution though, hope if someone can share a better solution to hide the check box and disable the user changing host name instead of just making this option nonfunctional !…
I think you are refering to this line…
<asp:CheckBox ID=”chkAutoHostName” runat=”server” Checked=”true”
AutoPostBack=true Text=”Hostname will be generated automatically” meta:resourcekey=”chkAutoHostName” />
But unfortunately when i try to add Visible=”false” it will mess up the whole code and an error will display, so i went ahead an removed: AutoPostBack=true
And changed the test a bit, the check box is visible but clicking it wont change nothing, i hope there is a better solution otherwise ill have to stick to my solution…
Am not sure I quite got that, do you mean this line is hardcoded and needs special software to view it ?..
I opened vdccreateserver.ascx in notepad++ but i was only able to find this:
<div runat=”server” ID=”EmptyExternalAddressesMessage” style=”padding: 5px;” visible=”false”>
<asp:Localize ID=”locNotEnoughExternalAddresses” runat=”server” Text=”Not enough…”
The: Visible=”false” Line doesnt refer to the hostname !…
At this moment you can disallow to user change autogenerated hostname only if by hardcode hide in the VdcCreateServer.ascx the checkbox which gives a user to change the hostname.
So how to get SCP to auto generate the hostname on its own !?!…
At the moment it is not possible to disallow a user to enter a hostname inside SolidCP.
We can look at adding this to the hosting plan if its something people are interested in?
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