Give a non-local user permissions on the database for use with remote clients. : Remote User « Privilege « MySQL Tutorial

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MySQL Tutorial » Privilege » Remote User 




GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES
ON myDatabase.*
TO newuser@192.168.0.2
IDENTIFIED BY 'newpassword';

Now a user on the machine '192.168.0.2' can connect to the database.














27.5.Remote User
27.5.1.Give a non-local user permissions on the database for use with remote clients.
27.5.2.Designate an IP or host address from which the user can connect
27.5.3.To allow a user to connect from anywhere you would use a wildcard '%'
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