I read in the installation guide that I would need to add a password to "root" user in order to access Virtualmin admin.
I run my server(s) on Amazon EC2 which uses SSH to access the instance which by default amazon configures an other user "Ubuntu" (in my case) to access the instance instead of via root.
Since adding a password to "root" user can be considered a security risk.
Is it possible to set up Virtualmin and access the admin area without adding a password to root?
Also will each user which is created via Virtualmin have access to my server via a their username and password, ftp and ssh or will they only be granted access (login) to just the client area of Virtualmin?