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    Gene commented  · 

    Voting for this because our Plesk Windows Servers are also encountering massive port 1433 brute force attacks and hoping this could solve it.

    Just to highlight another Plesk suggested feature at https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549-feature-suggestions/suggestions/36804013-block-client-ip-for-sql-server-for-multiple-failed which could be more specific for MSSQL brute force attacks on port 1433. As I am not sure if Windows Fail2Ban actually convers this for MSSQL brute force attacks.

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    Gene commented  · 

    Require this function as well for ease of usage for our users.

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    Gene commented  · 

    Thank you Ivan for sharing this based on our support request. To be clearer of our requirement it is as follow.

    For the restriction, we want to provide customer/reseller permission to change PHP version but want to restrict handler to Nginx or other handler only. Reason is customer’s script may require different PHP version but NOT the handler.

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    Gene commented  · 

    Also wish to have this feature as due to requirements, sometimes our users will need to access webmail through ip e.g https://111.222.111.222:2096 (something like cpanel) instead of the usual webmail.yourdomain.com.

    Looking forward to have this feature implemented.

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    Gene commented  · 

    We face high POP3/IMAP bandwidth usage regularly by our users. The issue is while statistics does identify the domain it does not isolate the single user causing it.

    Our client would then ask the common question, who is the email user causing it ?

    At our end we believe this is a very important feature because at the client's end, sometime they would not have unlimited bandwidth for their internet usage.

    The ability to identify the single email user causing this problem would swiftly resolve a common problem instead of the client having to pay additional to their telco or ISP while trying to identify the email user causing it.

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    Gene commented  · 

    Would appreciate such a feature to improve control of individual plesk accounts. Namely to prevent abuse and crashing of the server due to unchecked users.

    For comparison purposes something similar to CloudLinux's LVE manager.

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    Gene commented  · 

    Hello, supporting this feature to be added.

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    Gene commented  · 

    supporting watch dog extension for windows plesk too

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