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Windows Plesk 12 Plesk/WHMCS Integration Question



Greetings All,


Three years ago I purchased a WHMCS license with plans to integrate with our Plesk Windows servers and was disappointed in how poorly the installation process went, and I ended up pulling the plug going with AWBS, which up until recently has worked fine.


This time around I would like to know that there are others out there who have "successfully" installed WHMCS on a Plesk 12 windows machine (Server 2012 R-2 hosted by ESXi 5.5) before moving forward with WHMCS.


In a nutshell, will WHMCS install on Windows Plesk and be a full featured automated provisioning and billing solution, or is WHMCS not Plesk ready for primetime.


Best Regards,


Clarence Coleman

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This from a long time user perspective. Until fairly recently the Plesk modules were a disaster area with lots of bugs, flawed functionality and complete disinterest on the part of WHMCS when it came to sorting any of this out. That they could not care less is probably not a complete surprise given their current ownership, but they still do promise Plesk integration and so it should work.


It's significant that the Plesk module is now written by Plesk/Odin and supplied direct to WHMCS for inclusion in the product, and with that change and some time having passed it does actually appear to finally work as advertised.


It's not perfect, nowhere near as comprehensive as the cPanel module and it will take a long time to get things fixed if something does break (because it's not a big priority for Odin and WHMCS simply don't care, they just pass the buck), but for the moment the functionality it does have is fairly bug free. Could be a lot better, but it's OK.

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