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Securing Access 2007 Frontend

Posted on 2011-03-11
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I have a fairly complex Access 2007 frontend the links back to Microsoft SQL Server Express. I want to release this frontend to one of our satellite offices so that they can update some of the information rather than have them e-mail the information to Head Office where it is rekeyed.

I have tried to secure the database by using the "Make ACCDE". However this fails. The message suggest this is because the Frontend is too complex. Is there any other way I can prevent Users from getting into the background? All I want to do is to prevent an "intelligent" user from access to the underlying data tables.

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Chris C
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by:daveamour
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Can you copy and paste the message?
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by:CMChalcraft
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Not easily. The message says "Microsoft Office Access was unable to create the.sccde, .mde or .ade file"
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daveamour earned 500 total points
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Did you google that error message?
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by:CMChalcraft
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That was a good tip.

In short this was a misleading message. You have to elimiante the errors in the Modules and it will then create an ACCDE file. Which I have done.

Thanks for your help.

Regards

ChrisC
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Yes I saw that too, you must have read my mind!

Thanks for the points anyway.
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