today i changed the password for the admin panel for a customer (username eg. mylogin). 10 minutes later he called me and said that he cannot get into his emailaccount anymore. Checked the password and saw that the emailpassword for his emailaddress (eg. firstname.lastname@example.org) is now the same from the admin panel login. So i changed the emailpassword and checked the admin panel login - it now has the emailpassword. What a mess.. I'm running Plesk Panel 11.5.30 MU47.
When you click on "Forgot your password?" in Plesk for Linux 11, you'll get an email like this: Dear <firstname>Your password could not be sent because it is stored in the encrypted form.To set up a new password, please follow the link: <link to reset password>
How can I change that? It's a bit sparse and it doesn't even include a email signature with the company name.
I have forgot the admin password for one of our application. All the users and passwords are stored in database table "users", is there any way I can get the password from the database.. any MySQL query that will fetch the admin password from that database table.
I've got an ftp account that was created in the very beginning and now I want to change the password to it but when I log in to my PLESK WINDOWS OS Control Panel and go under ftp accounts, I only see one account on there which is not what I've been using.
My questions is, is there another way of locating other ftp accounts that I have? In this case, its the account that I've been always using and its not under ftp account in my plesk cp.
I just really need to change the password to it n I can't find it.
As you can see there is a line starts with /bin/sh: /usr/share/sw-cp-server/applications-conf.sh: Permission denied and i tried to change this one for permission like 0755 or alternatives for a run but nothings changed. Btw i have plenty of disk space, it wasn't also the case.
I cannot even login with my domain name without 'https' and with the port 8880. It's again giving me the same issue.
BTW i want to give a little extra information; it was a long time that Plesk admin panel working but after today it's stuck in 500 Internal server error. What i tried today that to follow 'How to generate custom self-signed SSL certificates and apply it to Postfix: [URL] ....' , but after 6th step i was decied to stop because i couldnt find the root.pem file a minute and than i wanted to try on plesk and i saw the bad news I don't know it was related but i wanted to share.
from some time, the plesk password is no more stored in chrome.I mean that even I delete all passwords/history etc chrome don't ask to save password...so something changed in the login page I suppose.from same time every time I connect to any plesk panel. Chrome say that it's not safe and I have to click "advanced" to continue, even it's a new installation make some minute before.
I get an error when i try to access my webmail(horde) over the i-net i get error Unable to get webmail password every time. The error appeared when i upgraded from 11.09 to 11.5. I also followed this tutorial but it didn't worked too. --> [URL] ....
i have installed phpMyAdmin becouse I don't like the limitation of db management of Plesk, but I can't find the root password to access in it. I read that Plesk rename "root" user in "admin", but I can't find the password. Where is it?
I am seeing some some some strange behaviour when password protecting directories served by nginx and PHP-FPM. If I have a site set up so that 'Process PHP by nginx' is selected under ('Websites & Domains>Web Server Settings>nginx settings') and set up password protection ('Websites & Domains>Password-Protected Directories') PHP pages are still served without asking for a password.
If I untick 'Process PHP by nginx' the behaviour returns to normal and an attempt to any access files results in the password request.Is this behaviour by design? If so, it is not made clear when you set up the password protection that it will not apply to PHP pages if you have nginx process the PHP pages.
We use our own backoffice for remote logins. Passwords for panel login are encrypted. Is it possible to remove the option for customers to change their password for panel login so they will stay in sync with our own backoffice?
If it's not possible, is there a way to decrypt the panel login passwords, like there is for the admin-password (/usr/local/psa/bin/admin --show-password)?
I have plesk12 set up but when i set a mail (dovecot) password, it gets stored in plain text (which I can verify by running /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/mail_auth_view ). I would like to change this default setting to be encrypted.
We use CentOS Linux 7.0.1406 (Core) with Plesk Version 12.0.18 Update #27.
We have the following problem:
When a user clicks on a database in his account and tries to login with phpmyadmin, Plesk prompts for a Password of that specific user. The message is (in german):
The site https://........:8443 responded with: Enter the password to log in as the database user xxxxxx
When i enter the correct password a new phpmyadmin window opens and the user can use his database. A few days ago you didnt have to enter a password at all. When you were logged into Plesk as a user, you could just click "Databases -> Webadmin" and phpmyadmin opened up without Plesk asking for a password.
The question for the password is NOT coming from phpmyadmin. Its from Plesk itself. After i enter the correct password plesk hands the request over to PMA.
For debugging i created a new database for a user and i could enter its database without any problem. No password was required. But the existing old databases now all require a password. So obviously Plesk is not aware of these passwords anymore. I guess they are/were stored somewhere.