summary: Once Plesk is installed, it is time to log in and start managing your websites.
In this topic, you will learn how to log in to Plesk for the first time.
After a successful installation using the Plesk autoinstaller, you will be provided with a one-time login URL that contains a session token, for example:
Follow this URL to automatically log in to Plesk. Select the desired interface language, change your password and log in to Plesk with the new password.
To log in to Plesk, open your web browser and open the following address:
The Plesk login page will open.
Type in your username and password to log in to Plesk. By default, your
admin, but this may have been changed if Plesk was
pre-installed by a third party. Alternatively, you can log in to Plesk
root username (on Linux), or the
username (on Windows), and the corresponding password.
Note: As an additional protection against brute-force attacks,
you may want to change the
admin username to the custom one.
Learn how to change the Plesk administrator username.
Note: You can disable logging in to Plesk with the
administrator credentials by adding the lines below to the
To disable logging in to Plesk with the root credentials:
systemAdmin = false