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Old 17th July 2006, 14:16
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I have this up and working but noticed that all domain that use this feature use the id and pw used for the original setup.

Can this be setup to authenticate using the id and pw for that paticular client so they only see the db's assigned to them and not all of them ?
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Old 17th July 2006, 17:11
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I have this up and working but noticed that all domain that use this feature use the id and pw used for the original setup.
There is no such feature that uses the setup password in ISPConfig. I guess you mean the login to phpmyadmin? The login authenticates against your mysql database and you will be able to login with any valid mysql user and password.

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Can this be setup to authenticate using the id and pw for that paticular client so they only see the db's assigned to them and not all of them ?
It is already setup this way. Use the username and password that you entered as you created the database for this particular website.
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Thanks Til,

There is the problem because each account has there own id and I did create an id from the admin panel. The problem lies in when a cutomer logs in and access phpmysqladmin it automatically uses the default id and pw. I was thinking thisre was a way whe3n each customer logs in phpmysqladmin from ISPconfig it would log them in the with the currect id and pw they are using and not the master pw set up earlier. This way they can only see there databases and not everyone elses.

Thanks for the quick reply.

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There is the problem because each account has there own id and I did create an id from the admin panel. The problem lies in when a cutomer logs in and access phpmysqladmin it automatically uses the default id and pw. I was thinking thisre was a way whe3n each customer logs in phpmysqladmin from ISPconfig it would log them in the with the currect id and pw they are using and not the master pw set up earlier. This way they can only see there databases and not everyone elses.
ISPConfig does not store or show a master user and password in phpmyadmin. I guess you stored the master password in your browser.
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Thank, till

I will check it out.
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