If you want to view the permissions for a particular object, you can create a report that includes the object’s design information and permissions listed by user and group. Use the Database Documenter to view the definition for one object or multiple objects.
Let's use the Documenter to preview a report for user and group permissions as they're set for the Customer form.
You will have created these user and group accounts and permissions in the previous tutorials listed at the bottom of this page using the sample database - MyNewApp.mdb..
Now we've investigated User and Group Security in Microsoft Access, let's take a look at Securing a Database with a Database Password
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If you are serious about your Microsoft Access security, then you should check out Garry Robinson's book Real World Microsoft Access Database Protection and Security
About the book:
Microsoft Access is the most popular desktop database in the world today and its very popularity means that its security measures can be easily compromised. Real World Microsoft Access Database Protection and Security takes a different approach than all the other Access books in the market by focusing from the start on all the issues that will help protect your database. It approaches protection and security from a task-by-task perspective and provides details that when put together will make your database more secure.
This book will help you to keep your staff from looking at your salary tables, stop your customers from looking at the design of your software that you distribute, and help you decide which security options are worth doing and which are generally a waste of your time.
Garry writes from a very experienced developer's point of view and he discusses in detail how to program all types of security issues including hiding tables as system tables, producing databases that password cracker software cannot easily crack, backing-up databases, menus, queries, and even user surveillance.