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How do I remove the default User and Group Permissions in Access 2010

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I am trying to create logins for my database and now I have added security for all the files on my computer by default.   How do I remove this feature? I do not want to use this level.

When I click on advanced> user and group permissions

This is where I set them.  I want to remove this.
How do I do this?
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I have tried that, I still get the login.  I want to remove the default access login at startup.  Am I missing something?
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In that article it references "If users will be using the current workgroup information file when they open the database, clear the password for Admin to turn off the Logon dialog box for the current workgroup."  How do I turn off the logon dialog box?
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Login as admin and clear the Admin password- as your quote indicated.
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I did clear the admin password, but I still get the login box.
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Never mind, now it works.  Maybe it just took a few minutes to work itself out.
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