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Figure 30-11. Choosing additional optional groups in the Security Wizard.
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Figure 30-12. Allowing some permissions to the default Users group.
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In this window, the wizard offers to leave some permissions intact for the Users group. Normally, you will want to let the wizard remove all permissions from this group (the default) to fully secure your database. (Remember, every workgroup file in the world has the same Users 1179
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Microsoft Office Access 2003 Inside Out group, and this group has full permission to all objects by default.) If you have tried to open the HousingSecured.mdb database a database that is a copy of the result you should obtain if you complete all the steps in this section you probably discovered that you can look at all the data and the design of all objects, but you can t change anything. I accomplished this by granting to the Users group Open/Run permission on the database, and either Read Design or Read Data permission on all other objects. You can duplicate this by first selecting Yes, I would like to grant some permissions to the Users group, and then setting the appropriate permissions for each of the object types. Select Open/Run for the database, Read Data (which also selects Read Design) for tables and queries, and Open/Run and Read Design for forms, reports, and macros. Note that the wizard cautions you about granting access when you grant permissions to the Users group. Click Next to go to the next window, shown in Figure 30-13.
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Figure 30-13. Defining additional users in your workgroup.
You can potentially save some time later if you take advantage of the wizard s offer to create new users now. For Housing2BSecured, you will eventually need one user ID for each employee. (The sample database has 15 employees defined.) You could use this panel to define all 15 employees and assign a PID (personal ID) of 9999. However, in the Housing2BSecured.mdb sample database, I created a Visual Basic procedure that you can use to create the users and groups you need, so you don t need to do anything in this window. If you want to add a user to the list, click the <Add New User> entry at the top of the list, enter the information required for User Name, Password (optional), and PID, and then click Add This User to the List to move the information to the list on the left. If you don t assign passwords now, you ll have to later sign on as each user individually and use the User and Group Accounts dialog box to set the passwords. Note that the wizard also displays existing users in the list (HousingAdmin in this case), but you can t delete or change them. The wizard indicates new users you have defined in this 1180
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Securing Your Database window by displaying an asterisk next to the person icon. If you think you made a mistake, you can select any of the new users in the list to see the data you specified. You can click Delete User from the List to remove one you added by mistake. Note If you re working in the HousingCopy.mdb that you created earlier, the wizard won t change the owner of the database it already has an owner that isn t Admin. If you re using your default workgroup (signed on as Admin) and securing the Housing2BSecured.mdb sample database, you ll see your Windows login ID. The wizard makes this ID the new owner of the secured database. As you can see, going to the trouble of creating a new workgroup and owner of the database first allows you to control the ID of the owner of the secured database. Click Next to go to the next window, in which the wizard allows you to assign users to groups. Because you didn t select any additional groups (in the window shown earlier in Figure 30-11), click Next to go to the wizard s final window, shown in Figure 30-14.
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