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    tomClark is offline Novice
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    user level security and splitting access db

    Hello,
    Do I split access (2003) database first? then set up user level security? or first install user level security?
    I read after you split database- users can drag copy of front end database to their computers off the network. Does that mean they drag a copy of front end databse and copy of log in shortcut file?

    If I split databse first - Do I install uls on both databases? and is this possible?


    thank you

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    Install ULS first.

    Do not use the split wizard.

    Copy the ULS Database.

    Delete Tables in one and everything else in the other.

    Then link the tables.

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    tomClark is offline Novice
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    thank you - after I split database - I have database on network- can I copy each front end database to user desktop w/shortcut

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    Yes

    That is the prefered method.

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