Plesk for Linux

  1. Go to Extensions and click Node.js Manager. Here, you can see the Node.js versions installed on the server as well as the paths to their corresponding binaries.
  2. Click the  icon next to a Node.js version to disable it. Disabling a Node.js version has the following effects:
    • The disabled Node.js version can no longer be selected when managing Node.js applications for domains.
    • Existing Node.js applications are switched to a different, enabled Node.js version (if possible).
    • If all Node.js versions on the server are disabled, all existing Node.js applications stop working, and the ability to manage Node.js applications for domains is removed until at least one Node.js version is enabled again.
  3. Click the  icon next to a disabled Node.js version to enable it.


Plesk for Windows

  1. Go to Extensions and click Node.js Manager. Here, you can see the Node.js version installed on the server as well as the path to its binary.
  2. Click the  icon next to the installed Node.js version to disable it. This will make all existing Node.js applications stop working, and the ability to manage Node.js applications for domains will be removed until Node.js is enabled again.
  3. Click the  icon next to the installed Node.js version to enable it.
  4. To change the installed Node.js version, go to Tools & Settings, click Updates and Upgrades, go to Add/Remove Components, expand Web hosting, select the desired Node.js version under the "Node.js" component, and then click Continue.