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I've been testing out the multisite feature of processwire installing via option 1 in the docs.  I managed to get everything working by following the first option which requires installing a new version of PW and copying the files over to a site-mysite directory.  I'm now testing out the second option which just needs the site files copies to a site- directory and importing the DB from another installation using PhpMyAdmin.

The installation worked fine but when I try to login to the admin the username and password I used from my clone site are not recognised.  I thought the password would pull over from the SQL database.  I'm sure this is something really simple but I'm scratching my head at the moment.

Any ideas?

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The password is salted.

Try to use the same hash in $config->userAuthSalt as from your clone site.

Please keep the current hash too (uncomment), because I don't know your excat setup.

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