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How to Manage FTP Connections in cPanel?

Manage FTP connections in cPanel
While any FTP user is connected to your cPanel account, their FTP connection will be listed in your cPanel File Transfer Protocol Connections area. That activity can be viewed and the connections can be terminated if deemed necessary. To see this detail and disconnect any FTP connection(s) follow the below steps

Steps to Manage FTP Connections in cPanel:

Step 1  Login to your cPanel account

Step 2  Under the section Files, click the FTP Connections icon

Step 3  Any active FTP connections will be listed here. Including those made with your primary cPanel username and password.

Step 4  For each connection, you have the ability to disconnect the user. Clicking this Disconnect link will result in the user receiving an error via their FTP client

Step 1  Login to your cPanel account.
Step 2  Under Files section, click the FTP Connections icon.
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Click FTP connection
Step 3  Any active FTP connections will be listed here. Including those made with your primary cPanel username and password.
The list of FTP connections can be displayed under Current Connections.
View the list of connections
Step 4  For each connection, you have the ability to disconnect the user. Clicking this Disconnect link will result in the user receiving an error via their File Transfer Protocol client.
The list of FTP connections can be displayed under Current Connections.
Click the Disconnect

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