CRON Unable to Save to configuration file

Our Cron tool is designed to save changes to the configuration file only when the first line of this file is:

### sgcontrol.enabled=1

This way we avoid overwriting things that the user may have added manually.

If CRON is Unable to Save, we recommend that you remove the file completely (or rename it to keep a backup), and add a new cron job from start through the control panel, this way it will let you save the file and it will add the job that you add from the control panel.

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CRON jobs – VPS Quick Setup Guide