How to Change Your Database Password

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How to Change Your Database Password

Plesk 12.5

  1. Log into your Managed.com Control Panel.
  2. In the upper right hand corner, select the subscription that contains the database you wish to manage.
  3. Click the Domains tab and select your domain.
  4. Click on Websites & Domains tab.
  5. On the right side of the page, click Databases.
  6. Click User Management tab on the right side of the page
  7. Click on the database user you wish to change the password for.
  8. Type in the new password twice and click OK to confirm the change.
  9. Update any configuration files that may need the new database password, such as your web.config.

Plesk 12.x

  1. Log into your Managed.com Control Panel.
  2. In the upper right hand corner, select the subscription that contains the database you wish to manage.
  3. Click the Domains tab and select your domain.
  4. Click on Websites & Domains tab.
  5. On the right side of the page, click Databases.
  6. Click Users tab on top of the page
  7. Click on the database user you wish to change the password for.
  8. Type in the new password twice and click OK to confirm the change.
  9. Update any configuration files that may need the new database password, such as your web.config.
     

Plesk 11.x

  1. Log into your Managed.com Control Panel.
  2. In the upper right hand corner, select the subscription that contains the database you wish to manage.
  3. Click the Domains tab and select your domain.
  4. Click on the Databases section.
  5. Click on the database that you wish to manage.
  6. Click on the database user you wish to change the password for.
  7. Type in the new password twice and click OK to confirm the change.
  8. Update any configuration files that may need the new database password, such as your web.config.
    Note: Plesk 11 has a 14 character password limit, however it will not prevent you from typing more. If you type more than 14 characters, it will only accept the first 14.
Plesk 9.x
  1. Log into your Managed.com Control Panel
  2. In the upper right hand corner, select the subscription that contains the database you wish to manage.
  3. Click on the Domains button and select your domain.
  4. Click on the Databases button, under the Applications & Services sections.
  5. Click on the database that you wish to manage.
  6. Click on the database user you wish to change the password for.
  7. Type in the new password twice and click OK to confirm the change.
  8. Update any configuration files that may need the new database password, such as your web.config.

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