How to Change the Password of a MySQL User in the cPanel

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This article will give you a step by step guide on how to change the password of a MySQL user in the cPanel.

Sign into your cPanel and follow these steps:

1) Scroll down to Databases and click MySQL Databases

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For this tutorial, we will be changing the password for the user “example”

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2) Under Add New User, type in the name of the user that you are trying to change the password for under Username

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3) Type in the user’s new password under Password and then retype the password

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4) Click Create User

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5) You will then get a confirmation page

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Using the same username when creating the “new user” caused the new user password to replace the old one.

This concludes how to change the password of a MySQL User in the cPanel.

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