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    Shutdown problem (2002)

    I am the administrator/creator of a database which is on the network. I had reason to get users to log off today, while I performed some routine maintenance. Everyone had logged off, but I still could not gain exclusive access, as though someone was stlill using the database. It was'nt until we re-booted one of the machines that I was given access. Why do we have to re-boot machines everytime. Is there a way of me, as administrator, shutting everyone out of the system? This way I know everyone is off. Any advice greatfully received.

    Rob

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    Re: Shutdown problem (2002)

    Have a look at this thread. This may be a point to start. Look also at the link from Support4John.
    Francois

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    Re: Shutdown problem (2002)

    Hi Rob

    In addition to Francois post,

    every time a user opens a *.mdb a *.ldb is created.

    Sometimes if users dosen

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    Re: Shutdown problem (2002)

    Thanks to you both. That's been a great help.

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