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Start over with Your Server (Reprovision)

If you want to revert to a clean setup on your server, you can reprovision it, which returns it to the state of a newly purchased server.

Reprovisioning erases all of the content on your server hard drive and cannot be undone.

  1. Log in to your GoWebsite account.
  2. Click Servers.
  3. Next to the server you want to use, click Manage.
  4. Click Settings.
  5. Next to OS, click Destroy and Rebuild.
  6. Complete the following fields, and then click Destroy and Rebuild:
    Field What to do...
    Server name Enter a name to refer to your server by.
    User name Enter a user name to log in to your server.
    Password &
    Confirm Password
    Enter a password to log in to the server.
    Data Center Region [Coming soon] Select the location where you want to create your server.
    Image Select the operating system you want to use.
    Control Panel Select the control panel you want to use.1
    Import your Websites Select any cPanel shared hosting accounts you want to import (more info).

    1 Not all control panels are available on all images/operating systems. For example, you cannot select cPanel if you want to use Fedora on your VPS. To use the control panel, you must select a compatible image/operating system.

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