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Auto FE updater - Wkrgrp problem.

This is a duplicate post from microsoft.public.access.security. As
suggest by TC (from the same group) I repost my problem here. I hope to
find help here. Thanks!
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I cannot manage to get my mdw file to work with the Auto FE Updater
(created by Tony Toews).

Here is my .ini file :

[Settings]
MainApp=C:\Data\Store632\Store632DB.mdb
Server=G:\BAAD\CUSTSUPP\SPARES\Database\Store632\S toreDB installer
CommandLine=/wrkgrp
"G:\BAAD\CUSTSUPP\SPARES\Database\Security\system. mdw"
StartMethod=AutoSelect

ShortCutName=Store632DB
CreateShortCutOnDesktop=Yes
CreateShortCutOnCommonDesktop=No

MDWFile=G:\BAAD\CUSTSUPP\SPARES\Database\Security\ system.mdw
MDWUser=singleuser
MDWPassword=(Password is encrypted)

Lockout=No
LockoutMsg=Sorry, not allowed into the system right now. Some
maintenance is
ongoing. Try again in 10 minutes.
SupportMsg=Contact your friendly computer support person.
WindowStyle=NormalFocus
MDWPasswordEncrypted=D33CDCBB

[Keys]
;Root1=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
;Path1=\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\8.0\Access\RefLi bPath
;String1=tt_utils.mde
;Value1=$AppPath\tt_utils.mde
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I think all that it needs to be there is there but it will work only
the
first time. All subsequent tries give me an error message until I type
the
password again in the .ini file. Then it will work only 1 time until I
retype the password in the ini file.

Here is the error I get :

The MDW account name and password in the INI file weren't valid for
opening the MDB to determine the version of the MDB.

You can re-enter the MDWPassword entry in the INI file and replace
'(Password is encrypted)' with the password. This utility will
automatically update the MDWPasswordEncrypted entry with the new
encrypted
password.

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It seems to be a bug or something about the password encryption. Help
will
be very appreciated.

Thanks,

Yanick

Nov 13 '05 #1
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