Manually Finding Lost Password Link in Concrete5

Nothing is more frustrating than forgetting (or accidentally changing) your login password. When a member of your Concrete5 site needs it reset you can easily help them from the dashboard. When You need a reset, it normally can be requested from the login page… except… I’ve seen a number of cases where, for any number of reasons, this method doesn’t work. You can however examine your database to help locate it. The following screen-cast will introduce you to this method.

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Adrian Rick

Adrian Rick

Adrian is an "Enthusiastic Website Junky" and active member of the Concrete5 community. As the operations manager for a midwestern manufacturer, he is responsible for the development and maintenence of several commercial websites. His company, Advertisers Resource Company (AdReCo Media) specializes in creating user friendly websites using the open source CMS Concrete5.

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