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Secure Logins using Access ODBC and ASP

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How can I have an Access ODBC table (or SQL Server) authenticate users for a secure site?  I should be able to easily add and delete users.

The problem is how I get a secure web site to accept logins from an Access database?

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It can be done, I have answered a similar question in

http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/www/authoring/Q.10067096

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