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Admins Member receives error 3033

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In my secure database, I have the admins group and a DeptUser group. I am
trying to set up a new user in the admins group and the DeptUser group.
However, this new administrator receives the error 3033: You do not have
the necessary permissions to use the 'qryViewLD' object.

I am a member of admins and I do not get this message. I'm stumped. The
admins group has all permissions on the query.

The DeptUser group can read the design and data of this query. If I remove
the new user from the admins group, leaving membership in DeptUser group,
then she can open the query, but of course can't modify it.

Any ideas?

Brad D.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Just a quick guess, but is the other user using the same workgroup file as
you? Were the permissions for each group created under the same workgroup
file?

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James
"Brad D." <Brad@f_1_c_s_p.com> wrote in message
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In my secure database, I have the admins group and a DeptUser group. I am
trying to set up a new user in the admins group and the DeptUser group.
However, this new administrator receives the error 3033: You do not have
the necessary permissions to use the 'qryViewLD' object.

I am a member of admins and I do not get this message. I'm stumped. The
admins group has all permissions on the query.

The DeptUser group can read the design and data of this query. If I remove the new user from the admins group, leaving membership in DeptUser group,
then she can open the query, but of course can't modify it.

Any ideas?

Brad D.

Nov 12 '05 #2

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TC
Huh? If the new user is a member of Admins and DeptUser, she gets
error 3033, but if you remove her from Admins, leaving her in
DeptUser, she can then run the query?

Sorry, I find that hard to credit. Please confirm that this is what
happens, or, explain what actually happens!

HTH,
TC
"Brad D." <Brad@f_1_c_s_p.com> wrote in message news:<bn**********@news.oregonstate.edu>...
In my secure database, I have the admins group and a DeptUser group. I am
trying to set up a new user in the admins group and the DeptUser group.
However, this new administrator receives the error 3033: You do not have
the necessary permissions to use the 'qryViewLD' object.

I am a member of admins and I do not get this message. I'm stumped. The
admins group has all permissions on the query.

The DeptUser group can read the design and data of this query. If I remove
the new user from the admins group, leaving membership in DeptUser group,
then she can open the query, but of course can't modify it.

Any ideas?

Brad D.

Nov 12 '05 #3

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