Your dashboard gives you a high-level view into your servers:

  • Operating System
  • Server Name
  • Server Status
  • Resources assigned to that server
  • IP Address assigned to that server



Manage Server


Depending on the status of the server you will have different options when you click actions. Any servers in provisioning, restore or backing up status will not allow you to perform any actions.


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  • Configure: This will allow you to upgrade your storage on fixed configurations and storage, RAM, vCPU on custom configurations and change server name.
  • Launch: Allows you to log directly into your server.
  • Stop: You can power off your server. Note: Turning off your server does not remove it from billing since resources are still reserved for you. To remove from billing you must power off and destroy the server.
  • Reboot: Allows you to reboot your server. This will power off your server until your reboot is complete then it will return to the previous status.
  • Configure: This will allow you to upgrade your storage on fixed configurations and storage, RAM, vCPU on custom configurations and change server name.
  • Start: This allows you to power on your server. It is highly recommended you build out your firewall rules prior to turning on your server for the first time.
  • Destroy: This will delete your server as well as any backups associated with that server. Server backup will remain for 7 business days in the case of an accidental deletion. In the case of accidental deletion, contact support immediately.


Create Virtual Machine


Select Add VM.



Pre-Defined Configuration Virtual Machines
Custom Configuration Virtual Machine
  1. Select Add VM next to server on order
  2. Enter VM Name
  3. Enter Computer Name (Name to help identify server on a network. You can access naming rules by hovering over info icon.)
  4. Update Storage if required
  5. Select Operating System
  6. Enter email you want credentials sent to
  7. Select Create VM
  1. Select Add VM next to TotalCloud Virtual Server Custom
  2. Enter VM Name
  3. Enter Computer Name (name to help identify server on a network. You can access naming rules by hovering over info icon.)
  4. Enter number of vCPU if required
  5. Enter number of GB of RAM if required
  6. Enter number of GB of Storage if required
  7. Select Operating System
  8. Enter email you want credentials sent to
  9. Select Create VM