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  2. 5 votes

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    Currently when there are additional administrator accounts created on a Plesk server who've set a different language, Grafana Monitoring will still be shown in the language of the primary administrator user. Despite the fact that an additional administrator accounts can set his/her own language and Plesk is displayed in that language.

    This leads to the strange situation where Plesk is displayed in one language and when accessing Grafana Monitoring all the graphs and monitoring settings are displayed in another language. Quite silly really. It would be nice if Grafana Monitoring adheres to the language set by the user.

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  4. 10 votes

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    open discussion  ·  IgorG responded

    Thank you for your input. We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.

    IG

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  5. 16 votes

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    @Vaclav Elias, yes, unfortunately SFTP support for Azure Blob has some limitations that, including resuming (interrupted) uploads. Because of those limitations I still feel native Azure Blob support would be preferred.

    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/storage/blobs/secure-file-transfer-protocol-known-issues

    But thank you for pointing it out :)

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    This suggestion unfortunately hasn't gained much traction, but it would be a great addition to Plesk if Azure Blob Storage became supported for backups. Currently only the S3 or (S)FTP remote backup options are usable for in business environments. Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive all have there limitations.

    Azure is a great cloud environment and Blob Storage is a great product. Having a backup option in the same cloud environment would simplify things for Azure users.

    I hope this feature becomes available one day.

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  6. 7 votes

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    This would very welcome addition and improvement to the File Manager.

    The search function in the File Manager works really great. It's an easy and quick way to search for specific files. Much, much faster than clicking through all directories to find a file. 

    As a server administrator I use it quite often myself and I know many of my hosting customers are using it a lot too. The absence of file options (to delete, move or copy files) when using the search function is a real loss. As currently a user who has found a file (or multiple files) with search function has to clear the search first, remember the path where the files were found, navigate manually to those directories and delete (or move, or copy) the files one by one. Which very cumbersome.

    Having the option to delete, move or copy files directly for searched file would make to experience much easier and quicker.

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  7. 27 votes

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    Being able to manage DNSSEC via CLI and API would be a great addition to Plesk. Helping administrators to automate to process.

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  8. 14 votes

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  10. 10 votes

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    It would be a welcome and very useful addition to Plesk if administrators could change the template (and content) of the password reset email.

    Strang as it may sound in the highly digital world we live in, some users still struggle to reset/recover their own password. Having the option as a administrator to add additional information or specific instructions to the password reset email helps (end)users beter understand the process.

    Even just an option to edit/modify a the email template via command line (without it being overwritten on the next Plesk update) would be a incredibly useful.

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    This actually is a useful addition. I've added the screen mockup posted by another Plesk user on the forum. I hope this feature makes it in to Plesk one day.

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    Although this is probably a niche request and might only benefit a small number of administrators is a really useful feature when managing multiple Plesk servers. Hopefully this feature will make it's way in to Plesk.

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    Kaspar commented  · 

    This is a request for the implementation of an optional extra layer of authentication via email for customers and resellers who want to login to a Plesk server. Which would improve security by making it much less effective/useful for customers to share their login details with others.

    Although similar in concept to 2FA, this is different than the already available 2FA extension as "email account authentication" poses way less of a barrier to non tech savvy users as no additional apps or devices are needed for authentication. Just email. 

    Ideally it would work something like this: a server administrator could enable "email account authentication" so customers and resellers would be emailed an additional code they are required to enter after they login. The code gets sent via email to the customer after they login with their regular login details (username and password). It would be nice if the server administrator could configure an interval which would allow customers to skip the "email account authentication" for an X number of days (in panel.ini for example). So customers don't always have to enter the code emailed to them every time they login, but only once every X days.

    (I can see this feature being useful for additional administrator accounts as well. But my main focus is on customers and resellers)

    Use case:
    Rather than creating separate login accounts for others who need access to a Plesk account, quite some customers easily share their own Plesk login details. For example with their (local) IT expert, their web developer or even friends and family. Which of course is not really a good security practice. To mitigate this issue email account authentication would be really useful.

    I realize this is probably a niche request, but I do think this might be of interest to quite some system administrators as it gives a some peach of mind. So hopefully this feature will find it's way in to Plesk. 

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    "1. Ability to control [DKIM] key length 1024Bit or 2048Bit (server wide)"

    is available since Plesk 18.0.55, published August 29th, 2023

    https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/obsidian/change-log/#plesk-18055

    "4. Ability to change the [DKIM] selector"

    is available since Plesk 18.0.56, published Ocotber 10th, 2023

    https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/obsidian/change-log/#plesk-18056

    Stay in the loop for more to come. 

    -- PD

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