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.mdb database problem

.mdb database problem

.mdb database problem

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we have been working on application which use ..mdb file to store the data ...

now if any one copies the database from c drive opens it which is password protected make changes and overwrite it back on program files ... is there any way we can find this out ... if someone has touched the db ...

file is password protected but in case person knows the password ...

like if we made some mistake in some entry and we open the db correct the entry and save it and then overwrite it in program files ... the application keeps working normally after that ...

access is used to open db


Please let me know if there is any software or method to find that out .

RE: .mdb database problem

Hi,

Check the Owner & Date Modified in the File Explorer Window.

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