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Is there any option of recovering the Access Database created using Encrypt with Password Feature within Database Tools menu in Ms Access Software if one forgets the password ?.
In case no, Can one build the mechanism feature within Access application for recovering the Access Database created ?.
For examples :
a. Providing security question to the user before the password is entered.
b. The password entered by the user to the Access Database created is emailed / notified to user's email address i.e. Notification feature within excel for Encrypt with Password Feature.
N.B : Even though this question is on Access Application, if possible you can answer me. The Protect Workbook, Protect Worksheet in Excel, Protect Document in Word, Protect presentation document features in Ms Power point applications works in a similar way but in access they have not given any way of password recovery mechanism for the database.
Awaiting your reply,
Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
The only way in any application I know of to open a password protected file (when protected for opening) is via one of the commercially available password recovery tools, which work with a differing level of success depending upon program/password complexity. I have not had cause to use passwords on my databases, as the files I use are on a protected network anyway.
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