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How to change MS Access password file using C#

I had a MS Access Database file with a password for username: Admin (I set it
using MS Access manually)

Now I want to use C# code change password of this mdb file.

Can you please show me how to do this ? It's better If you have code for
example.

Thank you
Dec 7 '05 #1
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Is there anyone can help me ?

Please help me if you can.

Thanks in advanced

"Minh" wrote:
I had a MS Access Database file with a password for username: Admin (I set it
using MS Access manually)

Now I want to use C# code change password of this mdb file.

Can you please show me how to do this ? It's better If you have code for
example.

Thank you

Dec 8 '05 #2
Is there anyone can help me ?
Please help me if you can.
Thanks in advanced
"Minh" wrote:
I had a MS Access Database file with a password for username: Admin (I set it
using MS Access manually)

Now I want to use C# code change password of this mdb file.

Can you please show me how to do this ? It's better If you have code for
example.

Thank you

Dec 8 '05 #3
http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb...4250&lngWId=10

This kind of stuff is easily found on Google...

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Is there anyone can help me ?
Please help me if you can.
Thanks in advanced
"Minh" wrote:
> I had a MS Access Database file with a password for username: Admin (I
> set it
> using MS Access manually)
>
> Now I want to use C# code change password of this mdb file.
>
> Can you please show me how to do this ? It's better If you have code
> for
> example.
>
> Thank you

Dec 8 '05 #4

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