After signing up and receiving your account details, you can log in to our Service Management Portal to build and customize your VPS server(s).

Use any browser to go to the Service Management Portal. Enter your email address and password that were provided with your account details email and click on “Submit”.

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Click on “New” or on “Create an item”

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Click on “Standalone Virtual Machine”

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Click on “From Gallery”

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You can now select your OS image. If you have a Windows VPS plan then Windows Server 2012 R2 will be available to select for deployment. If you have a Linux VPS plan, then only Linux OS images will be available for selection. For our tutorial we’ll select the CentOS image.

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Enter the VPS name and the password for the root account. – Do not lose or forget your password, we do not have access to it and there is no way to access your VPS without it –

If you have purchased more than one plan you will have multiple options in the “Subscription” drop down box. Make sure to select the subscription you want to assign to the new VPS.

Note that the VPS name cannot contain spaces or any of the following characters `[email protected]#$%^&*()=+[]{}\|;:'”,<>/?_ .

Once everything is entered correctly click on the right arrow to continue.

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Select “Public” for the Network Adapter and then click on the checkmark to complete the process.

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Your VPS should now begin provisioning. Click on “Details”.

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You must wait until the “Checking progress of the operation” completes. This can take from 1-20 minutes depending on provisioning load and network traffic on each server.

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Once your VPS is provisioned you should get an “Operation completed successfully” message.

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To get the IP of the VPS and also for information on how to resize the disk and assign more RAM or CPU resources please follow the instructions on our next tutorial.