Thank you for taking time to read this article! As part of AzureTalk-Beginner’s online series , this week we covered Azure storage account. This was 3rd and final session on Azure Storage account. We discussed following topics:
Azure Table and Queue
Storage Service Endpoint
Azure AD integrated Authentication (Public Preview)**
Configure VM MSI (Managed Service Identity) to access blob storage (Public Preview)
Soft Delete for Azure Blob (Public Preview)
The recorded session is made available for viewing and you can watch entire Azure Talk on Storage accountPart 3 here.
Below link gives access to slides used in the session.
Step 3: Now we’ll need to start MySQL WorkBench and supply Data Source as Host name, Username and Password to connect to MySQL.
Step 4: Once connection is created and saved, double click the connection to open a connection to MySQL database.
Step 5: Now locate the table called wp_users under the database. Right click the table and select rows and it’ll display the user name. Next click on user_pass column and change the password and click Apply. But wait we need to modify the query so that Password is not stored in clear text rather in MD5 Hash.
Step 6: Convert Plain password in Md5 has and then store it in database. When you click Apply It will pop up with SQL script window. Modify the script to include MD5 function and then click apply.
UPDATE `db`.`wp_users` SET `user_pass`=MD5(‘KloudEzy’) WHERE `ID`=’3′;
Step 7: If there were no syntax error it should succeed and you will get the success confirmation.
Now you should be able to login with new credentials. Proceed to yourwordpress.com/wp-admin and try to login with the new credentials.
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