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Old March 25th 03, 10:38 PM
bart
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Default database file priviliges after compression

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hi,

I've got program installed in folder X and Access database inside
The priviliges for this folder and file are "everyone:F"

situation 1:
I simply copy the database file and the new file has the same priviliges. -
OK

situation 2:
I use my software (let's say program.exe) to compress this database, and the
new database file (.mdb) has:
TEST\X:F
...NT\SYSTEM: F
builtin\administrator:F

PROBLEM:
guests cannot run my software from other computers, because they have not
correct rights to do this
any idea how to set proviliges to have them the same as as folder's one in
such situation ?

thanks
Bart


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