By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Set and Remove a Database Password in Access
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will show you how you can protect your database by adding a password. I will also show you how to remove a password if you decide you no longer want one.
Nelson from Lincoln, Nebraska (a Platinum Member) asks: I'm an attorney, and I have some sensitive information in my database. Is there any way that I can put a password on it like with Word and Excel to prevent people from opening it?
Members will learn how to split their database and have the frontend connect to the password-protected backend. Then we'll create a user table with usernames and passwords. We'll make a logon form to process the user logon. I'll show you how to use TempVars to store the name of the currently logged on user.
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