How to Migrate / Transfer a DNN Website to Managed.com
Uploading DNN Website Files
You should have obtained a copy of your site files (in a folder that's often called httpdocs, wwwroot, or public_html) and your database file ending in a .bak (or .sql for MySQL) extension from your current hosting provider. To transfer your web site files and database backup, you will need to use an FTP client. If you are new to using FTP, see How to Use FTP.
Enter the following FTP credentials:
Once you complete the upload submit a ticket and let us know the name of your files and we will perform the migration for you.
For instructions on how to submit a support ticket, please click here.
Please note that although you may be able to view other backups or folders in our server, it is a secure server. Once a file is uploaded, it can not be opened, viewed or copied by anyone other than our support techs.
If You Need More Help Migrating / Transferring a DNN Site
We are here to help. Managed.com hosts more DNN websites than anyone else. DNN is what we do and we do it right. This means that we have helped literally thousands of sites come to the Managed.com network successfully. If you need more assistance, start a support ticket or email support@Managed.com for advice.