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How reset user permission??

Posted on 2001-09-04
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I have one mdb and with 3 different mdw file(permission file). If i create another new mdb to insert/update some data into that mdb in different mdw. In my code i need to reassign again the permission to that mdb according to individual mwd right??? How can i do in my code????

Does anyone know how to solve this problem???
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by:PsychoDazey
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I am not sure if I understand you're question clearly.  Cant you just link to a main table containing users and permissions for each DB?  Then you would only have to ever worry about keeping one table updated.
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Try this:

1. Goto C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\1033 and run WRKGADM.EXE
2. Choose 'Join' and specify which mdw workgroup file you wanna use for your new mdb file.
3. Exit

One must be noted that upon the joining of any mdw wg file, all your database (mdb) 's access rights will be based on the this assignment.

Hope it helps.
Cheers.
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by:jetyun
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this is not what i want.....anyway, thanx
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