Secured Databases

There's good news and bad news—and it's the same news: Everything related to the MDW and user-lever security could be wiped out with just one click. That's fantastic, at least it is for those who don't need or already have an alternate method for enforcing permissions and also have a modicum of restrictions for file access. But the ease of removing the MDW is also risky: Developers and managers especially need to be aware that if someone has Access 2007 and can sign into a secured MDW with sufficient permission, he can merely save the MDB as an ACCDB, instantly removing all related security and permission.

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