warning message Access 2000 cant turn off

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  • 4. Access 2003 security setup
    I recently created a database in Access 2003 and included all the data generated by three different groups in three separate tables. When the database was created, while trying to set up layers of security for each of the three groups, I ended up setting the level of security to "very high The problem now is that when I try to open the database again, I can't because it is telling me the following: "Security setting restricts access to the file because it is not digitally signed". How can open this database again? I really appreciate your help
  • 5. Difference in Security for 2003 and 2007 for MDB
    I am only concerned with MDB files. I have heard/read that there may be some differences between the way past Access versions handle security and the way it is handled in 2007. I mean specifically databases that have workgroup-based security. However, I cannot find any clear information from Microsoft or a third-party on this. Is there a good authoritative source? Thanks, Tony

warning message Access 2000 cant turn off

Postby Mike » Wed, 26 Nov 2003 08:13:14 GMT

I am running a docmd "openhyperlink" and when the 
hyperlink is about to be loaded a message appears 

"Some files can contain viruses or otherwise harmful to 
your computer, it is important to be certain that the file 
is from a trustworthy source" Would you like to open the 

I have spent hours trying to turn this message off, does 
anyone know how to disable this message. I have 
tried "Setwarnings" with no luck.

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