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Installation and Troubleshooting in Dedicated Web Hosting

In case you need our upgrade for any reason, you'll be able to add it to your dedicated server with a couple of clicks through the billing CP or if you need some custom work on the hosting server the instant it's put in place, you can get the upgrade during the signup process and let us know what exactly you need to be performed, so everything shall be ready once your hosting server is functioning. Sixty minutes of custom work are added to your account each time you order the upgrade, so you can take advantage of this service as often as you need. If some task requires less time to be performed, you will not lose the remaining minutes and they'll be available for future tasks. Our upgrade will allow you to concentrate on developing and advertising your Internet sites without wasting time on maintaining the dedicated web server or the software set up on it. You may employ it if you also use our Managed Services upgrade, but the 30 min it provides aren't enough to complete all tasks that you require.