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Can I see who's logged in?

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I've set up the secuirty on my access database and allocated
usernames/passwords to 15 users. As an Administrator - can I see who's
logged into the database?
Nov 12 '05 #1
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There is available a free LDBViewer (google on that term) that allows you to
see who is in your database ...
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I've set up the secuirty on my access database and allocated
usernames/passwords to 15 users. As an Administrator - can I see who's
logged into the database?

Nov 12 '05 #2

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"Mom2B" <An***@nospam.com> wrote:
I've set up the secuirty on my access database and allocated
usernames/passwords to 15 users. As an Administrator - can I see who's
logged into the database?


See the Determining the workstation which caused the corruption page at my website.

Tony

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