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VB6:  Changing passwords in MS Access

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Hello everyone!

I am currently developing a VB6 program that uses MS Access.  I have set up user names and passwords on the MS Access database.  I would like the VB program to have the capability of changing the user's Access password.

Does any one know how this can be done?  If so, would it be possible to provide some example code?

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by:inthedark
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I think you can do this using ADOX.  You can create/delete users & groups.  Then add users to groups.  You can setup passwords too.

If you have used ADOX before you will find it easy.  

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by:mckelly2002
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Thanks to both of you,

Eddykt, I couldn't connect to the link provided. Is there any other sites I can visit?

Inthedark, I will try the ADOX and get back to you.

Thanks again,
Mike


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by:EDDYKT
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I've no problem to connect to that link
May be you need to join, It is free anyway


The link use ADOX, ADO and VB to change Access password
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Thanks guys.
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