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User-Level Security for current Database file

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I have MS Access 2007 (My Database files are saved as .mdb extension). I have no problem to create Users and Groups, and grant them specific Permissions. What I donít understand is why when I create Password, and Permissions to allow or restrict the access of users and Groups to the objects in a specific Database file, (Ex: for only Sales.mdb) it creates security password for all (*.mdb) files. Some DB files donít need any type of security password. The idea is to create User-Level Security and security passwords for only the current Database file. I tried everything, and nothing works. Can anybody has an idea how to do this?
Thank you in advance

Plaguna
Sep 3 '08 #1
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Hi Plaguna. Please do not double-post your questions; this thread appears to be very similar to post #3 of the thread you started yesterday, linked here. Double-posting wastes the time and effort of our expert volunteers who staff the site, and is discourteous to the respondents concerned.

If you need a response to your previous post please do this in the thread concerned, not by starting a new thread.

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Sep 3 '08 #2

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Sure, I'm sorry about that.

plaguna
Sep 3 '08 #3

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