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    Unanswered: User Access

    All inputs will be appreciated.


    I have created a database that will have about 15 users with access. I want to create a logon screen where users can login and change user. I also want this screen to display the name of the user that is currently logged on on the form. How do I achieve these functions?

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    Re: User Access

    Originally posted by roman33
    All inputs will be appreciated.


    I have created a database that will have about 15 users with access. I want to create a logon screen where users can login and change user. I also want this screen to display the name of the user that is currently logged on on the form. How do I achieve these functions?
    You have to way use the security of access or make your proper system
    security.
    My opinion is that the security of access is to many complicate.
    Saludos
    Norberto

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    As Norberto says it is probably easier to use access's own security as setting up your own can be a bit of a pain.

    It does look quite complicated at first but there are many good articles out there to get you started and Access help is always worth a look.

    Once you have got the database secured then you can look at using this to add the functionality you require.

    Paul

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    Thanks Paul!

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