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How to Access Windows VPS Dashboard for ServerMule

ServerMule is one of the many brands integrated to Vodien system to make the billing interface and VPS (Virtual Private Server) access be more organized and accessible in one go.  

This article will show you how to access and navigate through your Windows VPS dashboard using your Vodien Account Manager and your VPS dashboard. 

Accessing Windows VPS Dashboard

Step 1Log in to your Account Manager 

Step 2Click VPS button on the menu bar at the top of the page. 

VPS Button on Vodien Account Manager

Step 3. A list of your VPS plans will be displayed. Choose the plan you wish to access. You can skip this step if there is only one VPS plan on the account.  

Step 4. Click the Server Manager button on the right. It will then redirect you to the Service Management Portal login page. 

VPS Page When Selecting a VPS Plan

The following information are also available on this page:  

  • Windows Server – This section gives you the status of the server, the VPS plan, the expiry date of the plan, and the option to enable the auto-renewal of the VPS plan.  
  • Specifications– This section shows the link to the VPS Dashboard, the server’s Operating System, its Virtualization Platform, and the Hosting Control Panel if available. 

Step 5Enter your Email Address and Password in the corresponding fields, then click Submit 

Server Management Portal

VPS Dashboard  

The VPS Dashboard has three tabs namely:  

  1. All ItemsThis tab shows a list of all Virtual Machines on the account. Each row has the Virtual Machine Name, Type, Status, and Subscription shown with it. 
    All Items Tab on Windows VPS
  2. Virtual MachinesThis section also shows a list of all Virtual Machines on the account but shows the actions bar at the bottom when an item from the list is clicked. The actions bar is where you have an option to connect, start, pause, restart, shut down, stop, and delete a Virtual Machine. Each row on the Virtual Machines tab gives the following details: Windows VPS Virtual Machines Tab
      • Virtual Machine Name – A unique name to distinguish one Virtual Machine from another. Clicking each name redirects you to another page where you can manage each Virtual Machine. 
          1. Dashboard – This is where you can see statistics about the server usage including the usage overview, server information, and the attached devices associated with the Virtual Machine.  
          2. Configure – This tab gives you an option to manage your machine settings and its devices. 
      • Status – This shows if the Virtual Machine is currently running or being stopped.
      • Subscription – This displays the name of the plan where the Virtual Machine is under. 
      • Type – This shows whether a Virtual Machine is a Standalone or not. 
      • Instances – Gives us the number as to how many times the same Virtual Machine is recreated.  
      • Creation Time – This shows the date and time when the Virtual Machine was created. 
  3. My Account – This last tab on the Service Management Portal gives you areas where you can modify accountspecific information like the options listed below.
    • My Account Tab on Windows VM
    • Subscriptions – This section gives you information about all the subscriptions under the account and lets you change the name and delete a subscription.  
    • Management Certificates – This is the tab where a management certificate can be uploaded.  
    • Administrators – This is where you go if you need to authorize a person to access the Virtual Manager. On this tab, you can add, edit, and delete an administrator.  

You can now start to manage and navigate through your Windows VPS Dashboard.  

Do not hesitate to contact our Singapore or Australia Support Team if you have further questions. 

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Updated on November 9, 2020

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