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Re: [Xen-users] dtc-xen [was: Firewalling Xen?]

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Grant McWilliams wrote:
> Thanks for the rundown. Most of the solutions I've found have been
> overly complex. I'll look into dtc. How hard is it to create and delete
> accounts with VPS via automated scripts? I'd like to have a script parse
> a CSV file each quarter and add the appropriate users and link to 
> VMs.
> Grant McWilliams

Quite easy. All you can do with the panel, you can do it in a script.
Somebody wrote a client for doing this, it's in our forums.


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