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Letting user access phpmyadmin through their WHM

Discussion in 'Database Discussions' started by Light Speed, Oct 12, 2009.

  1. Light Speed

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    When logged into WHM as root how to I allow an account access to something such as phpmyadmin so it will show on the side nav and be accessable when they are logged into their WHM?
     
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    Keep in mind the phpMyAdmin in WHM allows you to access all MySQL databases on the cPanel/WHM server. In contrast, the phpMyAdmin in cPanel restricts the cPanel user to their own databases.

    Since this is functionality only a root-level user would usually have on a server, you will need to grant that reseller root (all) privileges for them to see phpMyAdmin. This is generally not recommended if this is a shared/reseller hosting customer. However, it is common to assign such privileges to members of your staff, such as your technical and administration personnel.
     
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