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I'm not to familiar with Drupal so not 100% sure on its features.


What parts of Drupal do you want to keep that requires you to be logged in?


If none, then this might work for you:

I've seen a lot of CMS intergrations and I believe all of them remove the user system built into the CMS and swap the login scripts with WHMCS ones. However this just allows the site owner to use the CMS stuff that doens't require the user's to do stuff.


If you do need login's then i'm not too sure..

WHMCS and Drupal will use different session variables I would think, so you would need to merge them somehow (can see it being difficult to do).


You final option, which is probably easiest is to pay Matt and his team to do it for you. Open a support ticket with them descirbing what you want done, and they will give you a price quote to do it.

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I'm also very interested in this. Our new site is going to be based on drupal and wew want to be able to offer a client login feature so our clients can manage their tickets etc directly from the main site.

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