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Old January 6th, 2006, 11:09 PM
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Default User-Level Security Wizard acting funny

Anyone run into this on an A2K2 (A2k formatted) db?

I just created a new workgroup information file, added myself to the Admins group, removed the Admin user from the Admins group. I want to modify the .mdw file through the User-Level Security Wizard. When I'm logged in as myself (Admin), I get this message says:

"You must be a member of the Administrators (Admins) to run the security wizard and secure your database."

I am a member of the Admins group. Any thoughts?


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Never mind...worked it out on my other post. Was trying to use two .mdw files, and just had to create a shortcut that targeted the one that isn't the SystemDb default one....

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