Root access: This is the highest level of access in a VPS. The root user has full administrative privileges and can perform any action on the server, including installing software, modifying system settings, and creating and managing user accounts.
Note: The access you will get in VPSMakers is Root and you can manage your server completely.
User access: This level of access is for regular users who are not administrators. Users with this level of access can perform actions within their own account, but do not have the ability to make system-level changes.
Limited access: This level of access is used for users who only need access to certain parts of the system. For example, a user may have limited access to a specific directory or set of files.
It’s important to manage access levels carefully to ensure that users only have access to the resources they need and cannot accidentally make changes that could impact the stability and security of the VPS.