How users can reset their own password

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Jun 25, 2019

The user can reset their password through the lost your password link on login screen your site:

Navigate to the login screen at https:/mysite.com/login (replace mysite.com with your actual domain and installation location). Under the login, click forgot password.

Enter the email address of the account **Click **Reset and email New Password to have the password sent to your email address.

Check your inbox for a password reset email. Click on the URL provided in the email and enter a new password.

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