Whenever a Plesk user creates a new database, you can have Plesk automatically add a prefix to the database name that will make it easier to find databases owned by that user. The same is true for database user names. You can have Plesk apply the prefix only to the database names, only to the database user names, or to both. If you enable database name or database user name prefixes, Plesk users will not be able to remove them.
Note: After you make a change to these settings, the new settings are only applied to databases and database users created after you make the change. They are not applied retroactively to objects created earlier.
To enable database name prefixes:
To enable database user name prefixes:
This will add the user's login used to access Plesk followed by the underscore symbol as the prefix (for example,
You can also configure the default remote access policy for MySQL database users (this setting does not affect PostgreSQL or Microsoft SQL database users). The chosen value will be used for all newly created MySQL users, but will not affect existing MySQL users. Note that customers whose subscriptions are granted the "Remote access for database users" permission will be able to change this setting on a per-user basis.