How to access your VPS?

You have full root/administrator access to your VPS to manage and use it. If your VPS has a Windows operating system, you can access it using Remote Desktop client. If your VPS has a Linux based operating system, you can access it using a SSH client such as Putty.

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How to use VNC?

VNC access to your VPS allows you to access it at the hardware level regarding of the state of the operating system on the VPS. VNC is used to trouble issues on your VPS and even install an operating system on the VPS by yourself.

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How to install Desktop Environment?

Linux based VPS come with minimal installation without a desktop environment by default. If you prefer to have a desktop environment, you can install GNONE-Desktop which is a commonly used desktop environment.

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How to change the root/administrator password?

You have full root/administrator access to your VPS. You can change the password for the root/administrator user from within the operating system.

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How to disable IPv6 on your VPS?

Your VPS comes with both IPv4 and IPv6 enabled by default in the operating system. There are different methods to disable IPv6 for different operating systems.

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How to test the performance of your VPS?

Do you want to find out how your VPS performs? There are different methods to test depending on the operating system of the VPS and what aspect of the VPS is being tested.

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How to install a customer operating system on your VPS?

Do you need a particular type of operating system or version of it on your VPS? No worries! You can install it using on your KVM based VPS using an ISO.

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