We need to secure our shared database (back end - MS Access 2007) Since we are facing data deletion that we are not able to trace, since the database is not secured. It seems some user is bypassing access and getting control over the navigation pane database over the LAN
Should we migrate to SQL? Is there any good solution to keep access secure enough, to avoid such a migration?
Thanks in advance for your replies to this matter.
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Hi, I have more 10 years experience with MS Access and SQL Server, so I'm realy GURU in this. I can help you with this project. Best Regards, Alex
Hello No need to migrate. It could be easily prevented. Just check your PMB for details. Thanks
Hello. How are you? I have techniques and experiences of Access db manipulations. I have implemented such systems as yours in several access databases. I can show you such demos even now. I hope i could have a c Plus
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Hi there, I am a professional database developer and consultant with over 14 years experience in application development and implementation and am sure I can help you in this. You are not the first user who is comp Plus
It is better you migrate to SQL Server, although just using the Express Edition as one of the weakness of MS Access is your users know the physical path of MDB file and MS Access needs to have R/W permission on the fol Plus
Good day. I have 11 years of programming experience. I'm expert in database design/programming. Please, give me more details. Best regards.