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How to Start a cloud server from vClient?

Access our client portal by browsing to :  https://www.hostvirtual.com/portal/login Login to the dashboard by entering your account credentials in the Email and Password fields, then click 'Login'. Click on the 'Servers' tab at the top of the page (second in from ...


How To Stop a cloud server from vclient?

Access our client portal by browsing to :  https://www.hostvirtual.com/portal/login Login to the dashboard by entering your account credentials in the Email and Password fields, then click 'Login'. Click on the 'Servers' tab at the top of the ...


How to Log in to vClient?

 A user can log into the vClient Server Management Panel by the following ways: Open up http://www.vr.org in a browser.Here you can see, on the top-right corner, a Customer Login.Enter Username and Password.Click On Login.OR :Go to http://www.vr.org. ...


How to Delete/Remove a cloud server from vClient?

 Open up https://portal.vr.org/vclient within a web browser.Sign In to the VR Virtual Server Management Console by providing your username and password credentials.Click on “My Services” link - All the Virtual Servers are listed under “ Cloud Servers” section here. ...


Provisioning a new cloud server

Once your package is approved, log into your account using the url http://www.vr.org/Click on the "My Services" link in the menu and you can now see your newly ordered package listed with the package name. Now click on the "dashboard" link to provision a new server.Server ...


How to list all the IP addresses for my server ?

 Open up https://portal.vr.org/vclient within a web browser.Sign In , to the VR Virtual Server Management Console by providing your username and password credentials.Click on “My Services” link - All the Virtual Servers are listed under “ Cloud Servers” section here. ...


How do I list the current plan details for my server ?

Open up https://portal.vr.org/vclient within a web browser.Sign In , to the VR Virtual Server Management Console by providing your username and password credentials.Click on “My Services” link - All the Virtual Servers are listed under “ Cloud Servers” section here.Click ...


How to upgrade additional IP/RAM/Storage/Bandwidth ?

 Open up https://portal.vr.org/vclient within a web browser.Sign In , to the VR Virtual Server Management Console by providing your username and password credentials.Click on “My Services” link - All the Virtual Servers are listed under “ Cloud Servers” section here. ...


How to use the Rescue Mode ?

 Open up https://portal.vr.org/vclient within a web browser.Sign In , to the VR Virtual Server Management Console by providing your username and password credentials.Click on “My Services” link - All the Virtual Servers are listed under “ Cloud Servers” section ...


Using MacOS to connect to a virtual machine with VNC

This article refers to settings that are out of date and have been replaced with our web console/web VNCWhy use VNC?VNC gives you 100%, complete out of band access to your server. If your server is ever in UP status, but not reachable, you can use VNC to connect and troubleshoot. ...


Using Linux to connect to a virtual machine with VNC

This article refers to settings that are out of date and have been replaced with our web console/web VNCWhy use VNC?VNC gives you 100%, completely out of band access to your server. If your server is ever in UP status, but not reachable, you can use VNC to connect and troubleshoot. ...


Using Windows to connect to a virtual machine with VNC

This article refers to settings that are out of date and have been replaced with our web console/web VNCWhy use VNC?VNC gives you 100%, complete out of band access to your server. If your server is ever in UP status, but not reachable, you can use VNC to connect and troubleshoot. ...