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Access Split Database Seminar
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   9 years ago

In this seminar, you will learn how to set up a database using Microsoft Access with multiple back-end (table) files: one that every database user can access, and another for sensitive information, such as financial data, that only a small, select group of users can access. You will then learn how to use Windows file and folder sharing to secure the sensitive back-end database file so that only the users you select can read that data. This seminar will cover:

1. Set up multiple customer tables, one for normal data, one for sensitive data
2. Build two customer forms; the sensitive form requiring a password to open
3. Split your database into 3 files: front end and two back-end files for tables
4. Create shared folders on your server or Windows PC
5. Use Windows-level file & folder security to prevent access to the sensitive data
6. Move the back-end files to the server and relink with the Linked Table Manager
7. Encrypt your front-end database and create an ACCDE file

You can learn more about this seminar here: Microsoft Access Split Database Security Seminar

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Edward Soares 
3 years ago
Hi Richard

for some reason I am not able to view the handbook of the Access Split Database Seminar via the "Theater Home"

Could you please look into it.  Thanks


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Joya 
3 years ago
I am also interested in this.[See below]
Currently I split a database and about 5 employees are using the one FE.accde file. We haven't had any issues, but let me know if you are aware of any. Did you ever make this seminar? That might work better for me. THANKS! Read More...
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Ravi Chandiran 
5 years ago
Richard,

I am interested on this topic.

Thank You,

Ravi Chandiran


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Which topic?
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Fran 
5 years ago
They are in a folder outside of database but on same computer as database folder. I wanted to put copy of front end on different computer's and the backend on network/server. Everything works except this linked pdf. I really don't know vba coding that's why the seminars are so great! If front and backend stay on network/server with the pdf folder everything works great! I guess I could make a copy of front end for each person on network/server? Read More...
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Mary Franklin 
5 years ago
Rick, I used your seminar on workorders to make my database. I've split the database now but I can't open my linked PDF's in my workorder file that was already there. But I can add a linked PDF.Can you help me! Read More...
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Carolyn 
6 years ago
Can you set up the shared folders on the cloud?  For example, Box or Dropbox?


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Yes there is usually a right click option on the folder or a share button link. Read More...
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Gergely Papp 
7 years ago
Thanks a lot! So what would you combine Access with in this situation?
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Gergely Papp 
7 years ago
Hi Richard!

Thanks for the thorough seminar. I've checked several forums and in general people don't recommend copying the backend database to a shared folder on a NAS server. I've just learned that Synology can manage mySQL. Could it be an appropriate solution for a small company (with 5 client computers in various locations) to use the Synology server as SQL server. Read More...
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David Koehler 
7 years ago
When it comes to setting up windows share properties, arent you also interest in turning off offline caching


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That's a good idea, yes. I don't believe "offline caching" is the default setting though - but I could be wrong. Read More...
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David Koehler 
7 years ago
excellent, excellent presentation


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Thanks. :)
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