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    Checking User Logged In (2003/2007)

    Hi, I have a database that requires user to log in into it. I am having problems trying to check which user is log in; I would like to know where in Access can I view this data or log file. The main issue is trying to open the database in exclusive mode as an administrator and it doesnt let me because someone is using the database that doesnt possess admin rights. Is there a way to force all user accts to be log out so I can do my modifications in the database. Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Checking User Logged In (2003/2007)

    To see who is used in, you can use the code from MSKB article How to determine who is logged on to a database by using Microsoft Jet UserRoster in Access 2000.

    For a method to force users to log out automatically, see LogUsersOff on Roger Carlson's site - it is a freely downloadable example containing all necessary code.

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    Re: Checking User Logged In (2003/2007)

    Thanks Hans. Your always have the answer.

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