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Old 15th January 2008, 16:56
abndrew82 abndrew82 is offline
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Well I couldnt find a good way to get this working

But I did manage, I think to fix it

I ended up using mysql command line commands to insert a new row into the sys_user table with a new admin user.

then deleted out the admin user completely from the table.

So I can now login with this newly created admin user.

Not sure how well this will work, but should do for now, as I will most likely be reinstalling shortly anyway.
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