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View Poll Results: Which Control Panel

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  • Cpanel

    3 50.00%
  • Ensim

    0 0%
  • Plesk

    1 16.67%
  • Other (Please specify)

    2 33.33%
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Thread: The best website control panel

  1. #1

    The best website control panel

    Please vote in the poll then say why you voted for such and such.

    Cpanel, Demo
    Ensim, Demo
    Plesk, Demo

    Ensim, Since I last used it was pretty ugly. Now upgraded it looks sweet.
    Plesk, I used it and liked it. Pretty simple and stright forward.
    Cpanel, I am using Cpanel X and I am happy with it so far.

    But my whole vote goes for Cpanel

    SHH (nokrev)
    Last edited by chrisclick; January 13th, 2007 at 08:35 PM.
    My Photography

    K-Emmys-06: Best "Newbie"

  2. #2
    Other: SSH.

    When it stops being vaporwear, Textdrive's version of webmin. (I forget their name.) Webmin by itself is quite sufficient for controlling without SSH, though, as it allows process management and such.

    K-Emmys-06: Best Footer; and K-Emmys-06: Most Active Member

  3. #3
    Cpanel, because I haven't used any of the others, and I've been happy with it so far.

  4. #4
    ^Cpanel gives loads of options. Plenty to choose from
    My Photography

    K-Emmys-06: Best "Newbie"

  5. #5
    same as duncanhall for me

  6. #6
    I voted Plesk. It's for managing the web/mailserver and that's just what it should do. For the system I use SSH. I only used plesk and webmin, but liked plesk much more, since it doesn't mess up my system files and is more secure.

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