Access Database Recovery

How to Add Watermark to Your Access Reports

This article explains the steps to add watermarks in your MS Access reports. Watermarks are an essential element for any organization. It prevents people from using your company reports and other accessible information and present in under their own name illegally.  Most organizations spend a good amount of resources and time in coming up with a well-designed structured report. They ensure to serve the purpose of the reports by including meaningful and significant information in them....

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Why You Should Change the Status of Secured Database to Unsecured while Sharing It

Here we explain it to you why setting the database status to unsecured can be of help when shifting to unsecured locations. This article also gives the steps for the same. It is unlikely that a user would change the status of his/her secured database to an unsecured database. However, this is a necessary exercise if they wish to install or share that database in any form in an unsecured environment. However, users don’t have to worry about their secured database as it remains unchanged in...

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How to Locate and Delete Access Web Apps by Using the SharePoint Access App Scanner

In this article, we discuss how you can make use of the all-new SharePoint Access App scanner to find and remove Access web apps in your system. The sole purpose of SharePoint Access Scanner is to locate and report the presence of all Access apps in your tenant. There are several Access apps, which are being retired and Microsoft wants to prevent users from adding or running any new apps with your system. With the help of the data that is generated through this scanner, users can come up...

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