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Hi @Mr_Robot. If you don't have a PHP initialization file, you can simply add one in your File Manager or create one on your computer and upload it via FTP. Take a look at this article for information on what the file should be named. Typically with a cPanel account, you should name it .user.ini. However, if that doesn't work, php.ini files are also permitted. If you use a php.ini file, all PHP processes must be ended before changes will take effect. The only way to end all PHP processes currently is to change your PHP version. 

 

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