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Revoke User Privileges from MySQL Database – cPanel

Learn how to Learn how to Revoke User Privileges from MySQL Database in cPanel. Privileges define how the user can interact with the database. When you add a user to a database you determine his privileges. You can modify them anytime you need.


Video tutorial – Revoke User Privileges from MySQL Database – cPanel


Step-by-step tutorial – Revoke User Privileges from MySQL Database – cPanel

  1. MySQL Databases

    Login to cPanel.
    Tutorial: login from the Client Area or the direct link.

    Find the Databases section and click the MySQL Databases link.

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  2. Current Databases

    Scroll down to the Current Databases section.
    AChange User Privileges
    – Click the User Name in the Privileged Users column beside the Database that you want to correct the User Privileges.
    B – Revoke User Privileges 
    – Click the Trash icon next to the User Name in the Privileged Users column beside the Database that you want to delete the User.
    – Click Revoke User Privileges from Database option.

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  3. Manage User Privileges

    If you have selected the A – Change User Privileges option Manage User Privileges page has opened.
    Select (or unselect) the privileges you wish to grant the User.

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  4. When ready, click Make Changes.

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  5. Wait for the success message.

    Extilum cPanel - databases - MySQL Database - revoke user

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