When you setup a Dedicated server with a host like 1and1 they setup an admin account for root access on MySQL but the password is a mystery and login from outside the localhost isn’t possible anyway. After tons of frustration and searching I finally found the fix for this. The reason this is so important is mainly for backups, there’s no other way to backup all of you databases quickly other than using an account which can access all of your databases. When running Plesk in the default Reseller mode access to databases is limited to each domain and one
There is a simple fix for this annoying prompt and I will cut to the short of it. FTP to your WordPress installation directory and copy the wp-config.php to your local machine. Open the file in your favorite editor and paste the following code right into the file near the top or bottom it doesn’t matter which.
Warning: Unable to locate the required Sysprep files. Please upload them under C:\ProgramData\VMware\VMware vCenter Converter Standalone\sysprep\svr2003 if you have been running into this error there is a simple fix although not usually the one posted all over the web about downloading them from Microsoft’s website. Maybe they are on there somewhere but here is the easy solution. Insert the Windows 2003 x86 CD it doesn’t if its R2, SP2 or whatever as long as its x86 or x64 to match the version of the OS your trying to copy over. Open the directory on YOUR Machine, NOT the server your