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Mass Reset Wordpress Tables

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Need a SQL script, and the related plugin to do this, to mass clear and reset WP tables that contain posts, media and any related tables to posts/media.

Settings, categories, tags etc. should all be retained. Just want to start fresh as if no posts/media ever loaded in system. Please include any hidden/related tables (e.g. metadata etc.)
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This looks like it could work out, great thanks!
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