How to manage a database hosted in Plesk using a local database client?

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    ITCS OTE SA

    This is only applicable if the Hosting provider exposes the MSSQL server to the internet. If the MSSQL server is in the back-end, there's no way to use a local client and connect to the MSSQL server, as you could do before, using MyLittleAdmin.

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    Maarten

    @ITCS OTE SA: MyLittleAdmin had been removed from Plesk as of version 18.0.53:

    https://docs.plesk.com/release-notes/obsidian/change-log/#plesk-18053

     

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    Tobias Sorensson

    any alternative to MyLitteAdmin?

    we are a hosting company and we dont want to open the sql server port to the wide internet but we have to becouse the clients cant access the sql server from plesk.

    any update on this? :)

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    Anastasiia Zyrianova

    Hello Tobias Sorensson,

    We announced the drop of MyLittleAdmin in the 18.0.51 release notes and Plesk deprecation plan. For now, as there is no suitable replacement for MyLittleAdmin on Windows servers, you may consider using one of the solutions above or continue using manually installed MyLittleAdmin. Please note that the manual installation of MLA is not recommended on our side. This is because MyLittleAdmin is not in active development, and has known security issues. 

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    Tobias Sorensson

    Hello Plesk

    we hope that a replacement will be found as we dont want to expose our sql services to the world wide of the internet.

    for now we can do whitelist access to our sql server but its not a permanent solution.

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    MeR

    Hello,

    Any update on this? any alternative to MyLitteAdmin?

     

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