I have a client that is running 3.3.1. I need to make a local development copy of their site so I can update it and make some changes. So I copied all the files, exported then imported the database, updated the wp-options table.
I am able to access the homepage on my local copy. I can also see the log-in screen under wp-admin, but I can’t log-in. I went to reset my password in the wp-users table, but it didn’t exists. So I checked the live site database to see if I just missed this table somehow. But it’s not on the live site either. But the live site allows me to log-in to the backend.
Is there another place that user-data is stored in WordPress 3.3.1?
I have no idea where to go with this, so please, any help at all would be greatly appreciated.
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