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Old July 10th, 2007, 02:43 AM
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Created an Access database and program standalone, that are splited, and the tables are linked to the program.
I've setup a password on the database tabes.
When I open the program I get "Not a valid password. (Error 3031)".
How can I get over this problem and still have a password set?

 
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Which part is passworded, the front end or the back end. I seem to remember you can only password the front end in these situations.

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Standalone program?

What back end you are using?

 
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I also have the same problem. My database is on 2000file format. I want to set password for my Backend so tat nobody can take the datas by inporting it.How do i do it.

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