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Locking/Unlocking your domain

You will need to lock your domain in order to keep it safe. Locked domains cannot be transferred to another registrar or account. When you make changes to a domain’s settings such as updating nameservers or contact information, the domain name will need to be locked again.

If you wish to transfer your domain name away from us, you will need to unlock it.

1. Go to the My Domains page in your control panel.

2. Click the Manage Domains button.

3. Click on 'Change the registrar lock status of your domain', under 'What would you like to do today?'.

4. You can now either enable or disable the registrar lock.

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