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Custom user login system edition

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I have modified Richard Rensel's Security Demo 2000 in order to produce a custom user login system. One of the aspects which I am succesfully using is the basic user grouping level:

Access ID - Access title - Access description.

This allows me to check the allowed access a user has when opening a form and enabling/disabling certain buttons/objects.

However there is also a Access view aspect with the following:

ViewID - ViewTxt

The views in the example are set to:

Global View
Manager View
User View

What I want to be able to do is use this "View" option to be able to assign the menu options available to users i.e. design view / toolbars etc.

How exaclty would I be able to do this? I basically want to be able to say that a user view can not make design changes to anything, only input data.

I want managers to be able to inpurt data only also.

I want Global to be able to make design changes to forms.

And anyone else to be completely locked out in making changes.

The basic idea is just ensuring that only myself and members of my team who are all within the global view can make design changes.
Jul 19 '10 #1
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Actually after further reading I assume this is why I should create a MDE file?
Jul 19 '10 #2

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