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Can WHMCS be installed on a parked domain?



I have a cPanel/WHM vps with some domains parked on top of other domains. The parked domains are independent web sites- that is, they are different from the main domain as they promote different products.


Is it possible to install WHMCS and run it for one of those parked domains? In cPanel, when you park a domain, you don't get a control panel for the domain. One has to login to the main domain only. So, my question really is, if I want to install and run WHMCS for a parked domain, where would I put the whmcs install files?


Please note that I am NOT asking if I can have one whmcs install run on multiple domains. I don't mind purchasing a separate licence for each parked domain, but can't figure out where to place the install files.

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The reason why you can't figure out where to put the install files is that cPanel parked domains share the same folder for their files. If you want a separate webspace you have to use either some sort of redirection, or simpler still, use cPanel addon domains which are designed for this and which all have separate webspaces.


However, I'd recommend creating an entirely different account in cPanel for hosting your billing system as it makes it easier to move or backup.

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