In answer to your first question, I had previously tried using the full server name in the registry, but this made no difference. For example, you can use Windows Explorer to copy or move the file, or you can open the file in Access and save it to the trusted location. I assume no liability whatsoever. Instead of adding registry keys for every user and every path. Allow all macros to run for all users No security problem as this excel doc is the only thing they can run on the pc. If malicious code harms your data or your computer, Access cannot undo that damage.
On the Edit menu, point to New, and then click Key. After a closer look, Trust Center settings are not available in the Runtime version of Access. It might be that you alreade have Location1, Location2 etc. I figured out already 2 possible solutions, but both don't work for me. Now you package the database, and then sign and distribute the package. For more information about the expressions that sandbox mode disables, see the Microsoft Office. Problem is that the Excel doc needs to use macros.
I'll keep you posted on this one. Van Dinh Hi Van, Thanks for the info. When you package and sign a database, your digital signature confirms that the database has not been altered after you created the package. Type Security, and then press Enter to name the key. You must use the digital signature tool that is appropriate for the database file format that you are using. The Set Database Password dialog box appears.
How security works with databases from earlier versions of Access opened in Access 2010 When you open a database that was created in an earlier version of Access, any security features applied to that database still work. Problem is that I can't find a way to allow this for all users, I can set this up user-by-user, but can't find a global way. The Digital Signature dialog box appears. Also, if you open databases from earlier versions of Access, such as. Click the All Applications subkey.
In our specific case we are trying to run code when the app starts initialize routine which checks the linked tables. But you can keep the database in some Trusted Location or can use a Registry key to make your folder a trusted location. Store the passwords that you write down in a secure place away from the information that they help protect. The only way is within the registry. In the right pane, right-click DisableHyperlinkWarning, and then click Modify. Note: You will have to edit the 12.
For this reason Microsoft Access 2007 and 2010 will by default prevent any visual basic code or macros from running in any database which was not created on your computer. This article does not discuss using third party products. There is a section in the solution packager to include a regkey so when the user installs your application from the packaged setup installer, the regkey is also added to the client machine's registry. Access does this for databases that were created in either Access or earlier Access file formats. Also a little sidenote, if you sign your Excel file, you'd still need the recipient to trust you as a publisher, so that's why your solution probably did not work. For example, you can double-click the database file in Windows Explorer, or, if Access is running, you can click Open on the File tab to locate and open the file. No problem we downloaded the Developer Extensions which can be found here: and installed that.
Access 2010 This article provides an overview of the security features offered by Access 2010, and explains how to use the tools that Access provides for helping to secure a database. Note: If you used a database password in Access 2007 to encrypt a database, you might want to switch to the new encryption technology, which helps provide better security. I looked high and low and had an impossible time, when I needed it, to locate an example, or explanation, of how I could create a Trusted Location for Access, Excel, Word,… using a simple vbscript. In fact , you should only ever run Access databases obtained from trusted sources. To help keep your data secure, allow only trusted users to access your database file or associated user-level security files by using Windows file system permissions. Even though I include the runtime with the deployment.
Thankfully, there is a fix from the Access Community — the addpath utility. When an add-in is loaded or a wizard starts, Access passes evidence to the Trust Center, which makes additional trust decisions and either enables or disables the object or action. At that point we were presented with the dialog that all macro's are halted and there you are knowing not wat to do. So as per requirements, I must remove it. Passwords should be 8 or more characters in length. If the user has set up a trusted location manually say in excel. For more information, see Help in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010.