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Default Access Encryption

I am working in Access 2013. When I want to encrypt my db with a password I am unable to open it exclusively. The option to open it exclusively is not visible. Is it that it doesn’t work on a terminal connected to a server?
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Default Encrypt / Decrypt OR Crack MS Access Database Password

Microsoft makes the process of applying encryption to your Access 2013 database very straightforward. If you encrypt a database and then lose the password, you will be unable to use the database. You can’t remove or change a database password if you do not know the password. Have a look to this helpful post which contain the complete ways to Encrypt / Decrypt or crack MS Access Database Password.

How To Encrypt / Decrypt OR Crack MS Access Database Password In Just Few Simple Steps…!


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Thank You very much!
I am using Acess 2013. If I split my db can I connect the front end to any other Access db ?
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Set rs = db.OpenRecordset(ssql, dbOpenDynaset)

The above command is giving Error 3061 :Too few parameters.Expected1.

What to do?
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