Access Database Security: User Login And Workgroup Tool Utility (Preview)

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How To Add And Extend Workgroup Access Rights To The Login User Form Utility…

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Access Rights For Your Forms Or Reports.

From The Desktop Of: Ben Beitler (London, UK)

Date: Monday, Feb 24, 2014

Here’s my Workgroup Access Rights tool which is an extension (and includes the enhanced version) of the Login User form utility.

User Login Security Tool Current Offer

In fact, if you can’t wait for this new product, why not click on the above link NOW, purchase the standard utility and I will offer you the upgraded version for a one-off special reserved price (before the official release)

Only for an additional £27!!!

“All at a special price of TBA available soon…”

Check out the screen shots below which you will recognise some from the original utility… access database login user and workgroup toolSix new objects and further enhancements to existing ones which have been threaded into your existing forms and tables. Using custom groups, they are now easy to manage. Additional sample objects (forms and reports) have been added but at the end of the day you will use your own.access database login user and workgroup tool

Notice the new tab ‘Workgroups‘ and new column ‘Workgroup‘ where you attach users to a known workgroup (via a drop-down combo box) which then inherits the defined access rights.access database login user and workgroup toolHere’s the new ‘Workgroup‘ tab to manage your workgroups. Notice the first record (Administration) which cannot be switched off or disabled but hey, it’s up to you since you can change whatever you like!

A clickable hyperlink called ‘Open…‘ will show the workgroup settings form for both forms and reports. The forms tab allows workgroups to be set as ‘Edit‘ and/or ‘Read Only‘ via the check boxes. See the reports (screen below) which only has a ‘View‘ check box.access database login user and workgroup toolAll check box options above will dynamically save changes (VBA coded) and require no further save or commit actions.access database login user and workgroup toolAdditional functionality to allow users that have successfully logged in to change their own passwords. This is a sample switchboard with the facility to call the ‘Change Password‘ screen but can be added anywhere.access database login user and workgroup toolDon’t try to read too much here but here’s some new VBA code that you can freely access and change should you wish to do so!

Here’s what’s you will find in this product:

  • Enhanced VBA code to verify password validation when logging in.
  • A new form to allow users to change their own passwords (once logged in).
  • A new workroup tab added to the administration tool.
  • A new workgorup interface to set both forms and reports access rights.
  • New VBA procedures to handle errors and workflows gracefully.
  • As usual complete open source code for you to edit further.
  • Sample objects linked to a switchboard for testing and evaluation.
  • A link to download my Login User & Workgroup Utility ready for you to use.

You take this utility and you plug it into your existing database as a bolt on.

But as usual, if for any reason you’re not completely satisfied with the results let me know and I’ll give you your money back :-)

Use it and then take action by giving me your feedback about how it helped you on my blog at That’s all I ask. I want your honest opinion because it’ll help me make further changes to enhance the guide for future developers.

So it’s decision making time…

To get instant access to the downloadable product, right now, click the “Buy Now” button you see in the order below…


Login User & Workgroup

Access Database Security Utility
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This software is provided ”as-is,” without
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damages arising from the use of this software.
The user must assume the entire risk of using the software.


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Kind regards,

Ben Beitler – Microsoft Access Expert

P.S. You MUST act now. I honestly don’t know how long this guide will stay at £0.00. As I explained, this is a temporary price test to gather feedback on my blog (the “Home” tab on this website) about the report. I reserve the right to increase the price at any time soon without warning. That’s why NOW is the best time to grab your mouse and click on the “Buy Now” button you see below…


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