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How to install Plesk on Linux with specific pre-installed MySQL version

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    cacarr (Edited )

    However, I'm getting this issue:

    ERROR while trying to create 'admin' MySQL user.
    Plesk has been able to successfully connect to MySQL server,
    but assigning password and privileges to the new user failed.
    If you are installing Plesk on an already configured MySQL server with enabled
    password strength validation, you may need to disable it for the initial Plesk
    installation.
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    Anton Maslov

    Hello,

    Please create support ticket to check the issue.

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