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Default Oracle Back End - MS Access Front End - Multi User

Have an MS Access Front End with Oracle10G backend.
Currently have one Oracle user account (mine) to login through ODBC.
Currently each linked table in MS Access has the 'save password' box checked.
Currently created MS Access Security Users/Groups to the forms. These users
do not have direct access to Oracle like I do at this point.
Implementation method was to provide each user a client version of the
Access Database and with the 'saved password' to the Oracle linked tables.
Will this approach work if I set up their local ODBC connections?


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It is not clear what you are trying to do for your users: Are you giving them access to the Oracle? And in so doing, do you not have to write access rules for the type(s) of functions they perform? For security reasons, COBIT and ITIL and Sarbanes-Oxley, it is not recommended that you retain users passwords per se.
 


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