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Access Security Warning: Decide Whether To Trust Your Access Database

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The Access security warning system was changed and further enhanced with the release of Access 2007 and improved again with version 2010 making this even simpler to use as you now decide if you want to ‘Trust‘ your Access Database making all other security elements automatically trusted for you. The encryption technology within Microsoft Access 2010 is certainly the most sophisticated yet and covers the wider range of the MS Office suite too and for the first time Microsoft also provides you […]

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Microsoft Access Database: Encrypting your Database File

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From time to time, you may want to encrypt and set a password for your Microsoft Access database application. This is used to protect and secure access to your database file preventing unauthorised users prying into your database. Access Database File Formats First of all let’s clear things up regarding database file formats. As you may be aware that we have two file formats in Microsoft Access; MDB and ACCDB. Encrypting with a password only applies to ACCDB file formats […]

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