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Access Database Security Seminar
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Learn how to properly secure your Access databases. Control and monitor everything your users can do in the database. Manage the complete flow of data into your database.

- 1. Preview of topics covered
- 2. A step-by-step Lesson Plan
- 3. Complete Walk Thru of the completed database

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Split database Comment from Travis Butler @ 1/11/2018
Have a question- Now that I have split the database, encrypted the back end with password and set up a table to designate the location of the back end to link and un-link- how can I designate which back end location to append and make table queries? If I am on the primary, the queries work with the designation from the query wizard but if connected to the secondary, the queries wig out....


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Are you linking the correct queries from the backend to the front end?
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Split Database Comment from Shallena A @ 4/17/2017
Dropbox keeps creating a conflicting instance of the database.  I saw a comment somewhere that said Microsoft SQL Server Express would work better.  What do you think would be the easiest way to share my database with my other people?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Would they have access to the network at these locations?
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Split Database Comment from Shallena Ayers @ 4/2/2017

For the database I am building... i will be entering data etc here in my office.  I will also need to have 2 other company owners be able to access the database from their locations (where ever the jobsites are).  Right now i have the database saved on our Dropbox and they can see what i am doing.  But i know it is not going to do what i want it to.  I will want all of us to be able to access and add information to the database at the same time and have the added information show up in each of our versions as we navigate around.  I want to limit me to seeing the financial info.  Can you tell me which seminar(seminars) will help me make this happen? I cant tell if this security seminar will accomplish this.  Thanks in advance,

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Split Database
Data Encryption

You will need to split the db, leave the Tables in Dropbox and each have a Front End with the forms on your own machine.
Not sure how quickly dropbox will sync to not cause issues.
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