Hi everyone. A little background on the situation first. The company I work for, Arcadia Acaemy of Music, needed to connect to the Royal Conservatroy of Music's moodle site. We did that, all was fine. However, we just installed an SSL certificate and that changed the "public key" in the database. I had no clue that would be an issue when the site went from http to https. So the RCM's developer filled me in and today we went to work to rectify the issue that it had caused. So, the first steps we tried would not work, so the RCM's developer asked if I had access to the database, which I do, so we went in and poked around, but neither he nor I had a clue as to what to do in there to change the public key etc. We found this article, https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=95948, and tried to the suggestions in the post, but to no avail. In fact, we screwed up the database a bit because we deleted the row based on this in the post, DELETE FROM mdl_config WHERE name = 'mnet_localhost_id';. Unfortuanetly, I have no backup of the database. Tried manually adding it back in, but that didn't really fix what we were trying to do, which was generate that new public key for the https URL.
The developer then had me go into our moodle site admin (we use the "moove" theme, by the way) and disable something to do with mnet. That's where the big problem then happened where it disabled (I think that was the cause) all logins. All 1900+ users. So, I cannot login to even try to re-enable that mnet function. Any suggestions?