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Access 2000 security

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by pjy, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. pjy

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    I have created a secured database using the security wizard, but when I
    bypass the shortcut and doubleclick the database it let's me in and displays
    the message that I am not the only user of database so changes may not be
    saved, and they can't, but I can still view all the info in the database.
    What am I doing wrong...
     
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  3. Rob Parker

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    Well, if you can do that, you obviously have NOT created a secured database
    ;-)

    It's a complicated process, and it must be done exactly right. Start again,
    and follow the 10 steps summary at Lynn Trapp's site:
    http://www.ltcomputerdesigns.com/The10Steps.htm

    If you still have problems, I suggest you post in the
    microsoft.public.access.security newsgroup, rather than this general one.
    The MVPs (and others who answer) in that group are extremely helpful, and
    usually pretty prompt to reply.

    As a guess, I'd suggest that, even if you've moved the Admin user to the
    Users group, that group still has permissions on the database and its
    objects.

    HTH,

    Rob

    "pjy" <pjy@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:B6E99EDD-46BF-4E56-A331-5D0E3EC25FC4@microsoft.com...
    >I have created a secured database using the security wizard, but when I
    > bypass the shortcut and doubleclick the database it let's me in and
    > displays
    > the message that I am not the only user of database so changes may not be
    > saved, and they can't, but I can still view all the info in the database.
    > What am I doing wrong...
     
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