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Posted Feb 27, 2004

Microsoft Access Protection and Security Book Released

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From vb123.com]

When you first set up a Microsoft Access database, it comes with all its security turned off and all the developer tools turned on. This book tells you how to turn on the Access security in ways that will best avoid the already vulnerable parts of this old and popular product. Other issues covered include detail on database backups, user monitoring, menus and windows folder protections.

Real World Microsoft Access Database Protection and Security

Microsoft Access is the most popular desktop database in the world today, which means that many people have investigated its security measures and some have worked out ways to get around them. Coupled with that, Access is a versatile database designed for both developers and users. When you first set up a database, it comes with all its security turned off and all the developer tools turned on. This book tells you how to turn on the security properly and also shows you how to protect the investment that you have made in the database. This page aims to help you decide if this book is a worthwhile investment for you. Thanks for your interest.

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