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kptgreg
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I did not know the hosting company installed Wordpress with Softaculous.  We created a new website on dev.mysite.com and when finished just copied over the files to mysite.com and changed the wp-config to the database that dev.mysite.com was using.  When a new version of Wordpress came out, Admin accounts suddenly couldn't Add New plug-ins and you couldn't update Wordpress with one click inside the dashboard. 

So I updated it manually and then found out about Softaculous which I removed the installation and uploaded the database.  BUT a new version of Wordpress came out and once again Admin couldn't Add New plug-ins and click to update Wordpress.  Does Softaculous install something in the datbase or is there some folder I have to get rid of to make Wordpress just behave normal?  (I do not want Softaculous and in our Cpanel there no Softaculous installs)
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How to remove Softaculous from a Wordpress install
Brijesh
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Hi,

Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

Softaculous does not change any details that could cause disability to add plugins or update WordPress.

If you can open a support ticket with us we can check and find what is the exact cause of the issue :
https://softaculous.deskuss.com/

If you would like to remove an installation from Softaculous without affecting your actual installation you can refer to the following guide :
https://www.softaculous.com/docs/enduser/how-to-remove-installation-without-deleting-files/

Do let us know if you face any issues.

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