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Access 2010 create login and password

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I have to manually set a login and password so that I can access an Access database with the following code;
connectionString="Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=Database\Contacts.accdb;User Id=myLogin;Password=myPass;" />
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You don't need to specify the user id an password unless your database is protected. If you haven't specified a username and password for the database you can simply remove those two elements from the connection string.
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