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Windows CPanel counterpart


Overclocked Like A Mother
Hey all,

I am trying to see if there is a Windows version of Cpanel.

I am testing out a version called ZPanel (been for the last three weeks), but it is extremely buggy and unstable, and their forums haven't been much help either. Yeah I know it's free, too, but it should still be a little better than what it is.

Wondering if there is any other choices out there.


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Overclocked Like A Mother
Awesome, Thanks LofLA,

This looks really good, and so far more stable than that Zpanel.

And it's free too, for up to ten sites hosting.

Thanks Again,



Overclocked Like A Mother
Helm is quite complex. I wouldn't look in to that unless you were going to headlong dive into being a full on windows host.
That is actually what my client is looking to being.

They are almost there with a couple of hosting clients. But their new client is asking for MySQL access and FTP access. This is where this Zpanel was supposed to fit in. Right now it is sitting on a Windows Server 2003 at my place, but in time I would like to move this Server onto Debian or CentOS once I become a little more familiar with those OS's.


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