Securing C: drive between different level of users
Louis - 27 May 2005 8:54 PM - 4 messages
hi, Im running Windows XP on my laptop and at the moment I have 3 users set up: user 1 (administrator account), user 2 (limited account), guest (very limited account). I'm trying to configure my machine so that only the ...
Trying Running The User-Level Wizard
Almamba - 27 May 2005 5:11 PM - 4 messages
Hello Everyone I have been trying to implement a security system in an Access 2000 database. I want to run the User-Level Wizard, but I get a message that I must be a member of the Admins group. I have tried different ways to achieve ...
Security and Exporting Data
Eddie Ramirez - 26 May 2005 9:08 PM - 2 messages
Hi! I have a database that is secured and i want to export out the tables but i am unable to do so. I get a security error. Any ideas??? ALSO i cannot get rid of the field related to replication - although it is ...
When to implement Security
Ripper - 26 May 2005 7:25 PM - 5 messages
When is the best time to start security? Should I start the security before I create the database or should I create the database and then apply security? I am using Access 2000 and want user level security. ...
Can't access secure sites
njp1130 - 26 May 2005 4:42 PM - 2 messages
I have Windows 98 on a DELL computer and recently when I've tried to access two secure sites, I haven't been able to get in. One site was a catalog checkout page and the other was a member login page. Any ideas? ...
Table MSysAccessStorage Opened Exclusively by Another User
RhondaR - 26 May 2005 3:32 PM - 9 messages
I just deployed a new Access DB to multi users which requires each user to logon. One user, after logging on, gets the message "The table 'MSysAccessStorage' is already opened exclusively by another user, or it is already open through the user interface and cannot be manipulated ...
workgroup settings copied over to all my other databases
Tine - 26 May 2005 11:08 AM - 3 messages
Good afternoon For training purposes I have created a database called training_database.mdb. I have copied the database five times. And in each of those five versions I have deleted for instance a form so that pupils would be able to create their own form. ...
'Normal' MDE or 'Encoded' MDE ??
Javier Gomez - 25 May 2005 10:32 PM - 10 messages
Is it any "substantial" deference between a "normal" MDE and encoded MDE in terms of security ?? thanks in advance Javier ...
low level security for a shared database
Dan - 25 May 2005 7:39 PM - 4 messages
Access 2002 I am about to share a simple database with 3 other users. The DB is in a shared folder on a network. I'd like to secure the DB so users can't get into the design side and mess around. I just want them to enter data and Save. The ...
Mary - 25 May 2005 5:01 PM - 3 messages
In previous posts, everyone agrees it's best to give each user their own copy of the MDE file. I'll probably have to update the MDE file periodically, is there an easy way to distribute updates, or would users have to overwrite ...
Access 2000 - Locked out of my database
Simon Cleal - 25 May 2005 4:06 PM - 4 messages
Hi All I used the User Level Security Wizard to secure my database and all seemed fine, I created my users and groups and began to test my security. I started my testing by trying to log on as the Admin user ID (to ensure all ...
Simon Cleal - 25 May 2005 2:20 PM - 4 messages
Access 2000 Can someone please confirm the following regarding User Level Security 1) Access cannot force a minimum user password length 2) Access cannot force the user to change the password on a regular basis Thanks Simon ...
code to delete a user/ code to move users into and out of groups
tw - 24 May 2005 8:46 PM - 12 messages
Although there is a lot of useful code in the security faq sheet at [link] alot of it I am currently using, I am in need of a way to delete a user ...
oops what did i do!
Eddie Ramirez - 24 May 2005 6:28 PM - 5 messages
Hi! I added a user to my Access database under the User and Group Accounts menu. After i did that the database now starts without prompting for the user name and password. It does this from any machine!! Which is a security concern! ...
access 2000 password recovery software
Ted - 24 May 2005 5:40 PM - 10 messages
are there any recommendations pro or con regarding any of the products that turn up when you google the subject heading? thanks for any advice in advance, -ted ...
Access Security 2000-2003
djn - 24 May 2005 9:59 AM - 2 messages
I had created a secured db in Access 2000 on the network drive. I created and joined a secured workgroup for this db only and was able to re-join the standard workgroup for all of my other databases. Everything was working ...
I Lost the case to reinstall my xp wat do i do for a product key
Claudia - 24 May 2005 4:47 AM - 5 messages
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Windows 2000 user account cannot open any access database
Jim - 23 May 2005 10:09 PM - 4 messages
I've got a user running windows 2000 who has Access 2000 on his computer. We have a security, .system.mdw, that is used to provide security for an access database. The user is unable to any Access database: both secure and non secure. I've ...
Remove User Level Security from my front end
Jordan - 23 May 2005 7:52 PM - 4 messages
I created a front end and only had a few users in the Admin group able to modify the front end. Now that I am not working with anyone on this I want to do what I wanted and put the back end on SQL and just make the front end ...
Cannot open the Microsoft Access Jet engine workgroup information
Lloyd - 23 May 2005 7:34 PM - 3 messages
I have users using Access 2002 SP2. When they try to create a new database or open a current database, they receive the following error message: Cannot open the Microsoft Access Jet engine workgroup information file I uninstalled and reinstalled Access and still receive the same error. Does ...
Accessing .mdb on root-drive of networked computer
sweeneysmsm - 23 May 2005 7:34 PM - 10 messages
Three questions: I have created a database which will be installed in a new folder in the root directory of a networked computer. My intention (the recommendation of the network tech) is to put both the .mdb and .mdw files in that directory ...
Can't Open the Microsoft Jet Engine Workgroup Information File
Lloyd - 23 May 2005 7:28 PM - 4 messages
I have some people who are trying to open the Access 2002 SP2 application. When they try to create a new database or open a current database, their receiving the following error message: Can't Open the Microsoft Jet Engine Workgroup Information File ...
Microsoft office tools behave badly after domain change/profile co
Paul - 23 May 2005 2:43 PM - 3 messages
We needed to change the domain that our users log in to. To do this we logged into the new domain as each user on their respective computers, logged out, logged in as the local administrator, removed the folder username.newDomain ...
The wizard dosen't work
khers Field - 23 May 2005 9:00 AM - 2 messages
every time I want to use the wizard in access2003 it says "ActivX component can't create object" no matter if it's in Table, Queries or Forms ...
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