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How to enable/disable temporary URL in cPanel

September 19, 2010 by Arafat Rahman  
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Most of the hosting provider disable temporary URL (http://server-IP/~user/) for security reason. You may need to enable temporary URL while the actual domain resolves. To enable temporary URL do the following steps.

  1. Log in into WHM
  2. Navigate to “Security Center >> Apache mod_userdir Tweak”
  3. Uncheck “Enable mod_userdir Protection” if you want to enable temporary URL. You can enable by user account. also. In that case you need to check the checkbox near the user account in bellow list. Following screen shots may make more sense.

If you do not find the above menu in WHM, you don’t have permission to change this setting into the WHM.

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