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cms:reset-wordpress-admin-via-mysql [2016/10/23 19:00]
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cms:reset-wordpress-admin-via-mysql [2016/12/26 13:21]
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 First, log into the server via [[https://​wiki.knownhost.com/​software/​how-can-i-use-putty-software-to-ssh-to-my-cpanel-server|SSH]]. First, log into the server via [[https://​wiki.knownhost.com/​software/​how-can-i-use-putty-software-to-ssh-to-my-cpanel-server|SSH]].
  
-Next, we choose a temporary password. You can learn more abotu passwords in general [[security:​misc:​how-can-i-generate-a-secure-random-password|here]]. Since this one is only temporary, it is sufficient for our purposes to use 23 alphanumeric characters of both cases. We can generate one of these as follows. When you run it you should get different output. Do //**not**// use the example password shown in this article!+Next, we choose a temporary password. You can learn more about passwords in general [[security:​misc:​how-can-i-generate-a-secure-random-password|here]]. Since this one is only temporary, it is sufficient for our purposes to use 23 alphanumeric characters of both cases. We can generate one of these as follows. When you run it you should get different output. Do //**not**// use the example password shown in this article!
  
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-We want to look at the list of users, to find the ID# of the account we are changingt he password for:+We want to look at the list of users, to find the ID# of the account we are changing the password for:
  
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cms/reset-wordpress-admin-via-mysql.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/16 18:49 by Daniel P.