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Disable QUERY design view and new creation IN mde

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How can I disable the the design view and new query creation in mde or mdb, which can block end user modification. Thanks
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Force your users to join an Access workgroup that you created. Then assign the users to groupa. And then assign which groups have premissions that meet your requirements.

The only catch is, make sure you disable the default admin user rights.  If you don't, you will go through all the security effort only to realize those that don't join your workgroup still have complete access.

Or.... if you really want to be evil, remove the full version of Access from thier PC and install the Access runtime client. That will teach em.
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You would do this with Access security.

This is not a trivial topic.

See here for all the details.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;207793

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Thanks for the infor, Pete would you please me what does it mean at 10 of question 1? Thanks again
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Looks like this point has been added in to deal with a bug in the security wizard.
I would say that you should treat this as Step 4A (do it after step 4).
SO at that point login in as your new administrator and create a new database and import everything from the existing db. Then continue from step 5.

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Thirt:
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    "...if you really want to be evil, remove the full version of Access from thier PC..."

is just plain bad advice unless you KNOW the asker is not going to follow your advice..
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