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How do I transfer a domain to a different user ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by EuroMaverick, Jul 18, 2005.

  1. EuroMaverick

    EuroMaverick Guest

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    Hello people,

    Using Plesk 7.5.3 on Windows 2003.

    I've been managing a specific domain for a customer myself for a while and it is thus listed in the "my domains" section.

    Now, my customer is ready to start managing his domain himself. How can I transfer, within Plesk, this domain from the "my domains" list to this specific customer ?

    I have no knowledge of the underlying databases and solutions Plesk uses, so I'd like to be able to do this simply in the Plesk control panel.

    I have not seen such an option, but maybe I am just missing something ?

    Many thanks for any suggestions or comments !

    Regards,

    Benoit.
     
  2. OlegB

    OlegB Guest

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    You can transfer domain to another client using this command:
    %plesk_bin%\domain.exe -u domain.com -clogin client_login
     
  3. EuroMaverick

    EuroMaverick Guest

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    Now, that worked just prefectly - thank you very much !

    Now for a more stupid question: where do I find that kind of information ? I support this has all been documented in detail...

    Thanks again,

    Benoit.
     
  4. dzaal

    dzaal Guest

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    What is the command for Unix users for the same operation?
     
  5. AbsolutelyFreeW

    AbsolutelyFreeW Guest

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    be careful your backups work after doing this
     
  6. cybernova

    cybernova Guest

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    u can also edit the psa database and do the same ...


    use psa
    select * from domains where nem = ' domain.com '

    select * from clients where pname = 'the client name dispalyed in the control panel'

    chech the cli_id in the domains table and update it to the id in the clients table ....

    i am not sure whether this causes any trouble ..it did nt cause any for me ...
     
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