MS Access Conflict Table

Hello;
I need to delete 4 conflicts from the conflicts table however the table was created as admin and I cannot modify it.  Does anyone know a work around for this?

greatly appreciated,

mike
kesz1Asked:
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kesz1Author Commented:
this is urgent, thats why 500pts.
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Geo123Commented:
run workgroup Admin program create new security file. Now open access with new security file.

Try and see if you can modify table
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GeerdCommented:
The comment from Geo123 could work.
Look in your c:\WINNT\System32\ directory
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kesz1Author Commented:
im not too familiar with this procedure, could you expand on this.

thanks for all your help.
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GeerdCommented:
When you set up user accounts in MS Access you first need to create a SYSTEM.MDW file. You can do this by looking in the directory I just told you about.

The file is called something like WRKADMIN.EXE (not sure cause i'm on another computer right now and things are not the same)

Start the program and create your security file. Give it a name, company name and key. Then save it somewhen safe.
Next you set the user password for the ADMIN user.

If you need to crack this because its somewhere you can't get you could look on some of the hacking sites.
perhapts astalavista.box.sk or something else.

Clear enough?
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shanesuebsahakarnCommented:
Geerd, please do not post the addresses of cracking or hacking sites regardless of how well known they may be. This is in violation of the member's agreement, which you can review here:
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Geo123Commented:
Hang on I gave you the solution to this problem, why was I not given the points?
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GeerdCommented:
I'm sorry Shanesuesahakarn. Didn't know thats not allowed.
You won't catch me with something like that again.

And.... ummmm yep didn't read the end user license to carefull. Please excuse me.

 
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