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Password-protect a back end

Password-protect a back end: Access 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks
Password-protect a back end: Access 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks

Once a database is split, it might be prudent to apply passwords to each component: the front-end and the back-end. By using different passwords, you can keep your end users working with the portions of the database that they should be using, and effectively lock them out of the underlying table and relationship structure.

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Business Developer Web Databases Access Microsoft Office

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