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Old June 17th, 2003, 11:37 AM
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Default Moving Access 2000 database server

I am moving an Access 2000 database to a new server (from NT4 to XP), and am having problems getting the security to move over. I'm obviously missing a step. I've copied my .mdw file to the new server, and joined that workgroup with Workgroup Administrator. I then copied some of the original databases that are secured by this .mdw file on my original server. When I open one of those databases, I get no login prompt, and there are no users or groups. Help!
 
Old June 21st, 2003, 09:58 PM
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What you might want to do is open up Access with the workgroup actually specified - this is also handy for when you have multiple workgroup files - and if you have different versions of Access (eg both 97 and XP), it often reverts back to the standard mdw.

So - you should open access using the /wrkgrp switch - for example:
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"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office XP\Office10\MSACCESS.EXE" /WrkGrp "\\server\share\workgroupfile.mdw"
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