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MS Access, same as the parent application. I am trying to use the LINKED TABLE MANAGER
In my test situation, yes. In the current version of my application, there is no problem linking to client machines. However, in my new situation, I have added a password XXXXX the child database so wish to include that password XXXXX in the linking process. Could it be a case of creating some customised code statement rather than the standard Linked Table manager tool?
I tried following your instructions, as per the MS Access Help instructions below. However, in item 2, I am unable to "delete" the old links. All i can do in the Linked Table Manager is select all links and prompt for a new location. As soon as I point at the back end database I get the "Not a Valid Password" message. This is the problem I am grappling with; how to set the password XXXXX the back end database.
I don't think I can do the ODBC connections you mention
To encrypt a split database, you encrypt both the front-end database and the back-end database. After you encrypt the back-end database, you relink to its tables.