I have designed a database application for use by several users on the network. The Access application is a client/server application with an Accde front end and Access runtime libraries installed on each user's computer. Thus not requiring a full copy of Microsoft Access.
The back end linked table database is located on a network share in a folder that all users have [Modify] permissions but not [Full Control].
The client front end file is run from C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office16\ACCWIZ folder because it is a Default trusted location within Access and this location stops the security messages popping up when a user first opens the application.
When the front end application is run the opening form has the following message displayed across the top:
"READ ONLY. This database has been opened read only. you can only change data in linked tables. To make design changes, save a copy of the database"
An a [Save As] button.
This would be confusing for the users.
How can I hide the message?
Thanks for your time