How do I reset my root password?

To reset your VPS root password, enter the VPS management panel at https://vpscp.hostodo.com/login.php using the credentials sent to you in your VPS Welcome Email. 

From there, select the VPS you want to manage, then select the "Root/Admin Password" tab. Press the Change button.

You will be asked to confirm that you'd like the password changed. Once you confirm, a new password will be generated and displayed. It may take up to 5 minutes for the password change to fully complete.

Please note that your VPS root password is different than your VPS control panel password, and it is a good idea to change your password every 90 days. We strongly discourage using the same password for your VPS and your control panel account.

Please open a ticket if you have any questions.

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