Setting Up Cloudflare and Adding a New User
As a modern tool that every website should be utilizing, Cloudflare protects from threats while ensuring reliability for external-facing websites, applications, or APIs. With several plan options ranging from a basic free version that fulfills most website needs to an Enterprise option that expands tools, support, and reporting options, Cloudflare is an absolute must for any modern website that wants to achieve optimal growth and security.
This support article will look at the steps required to set up a new Cloudflare account for a website and the additional process of adding a secondary user. By completing these steps, businesses or website owners will ensure that their chosen administrative partner will be able to access the backend resources needed to impact their data safety and website reliability positively. Although, it is vital to ensure that the business owner is setting up the account initially and not an employee to protect the username and password in the future.
Setup Cloudflare And Add A New Administrator
To setup Cloudflare for your website and add a new administrator, follow these six steps:
Once these steps are completed, your administrative partner will now have access to the Cloudflare account without the need for your credentials. This means that they can configure the needed settings and complete setup to protect your website and ensure reliability. If your needs change, administrators can also be removed from the same page.
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