MCAS View Public Profile Find More Posts by MCAS 03-24-2011, 09:10 AM #2 boblarson Former Moderator Join Date: Jan 2001 Location: Oregon, USA Posts: 32,482 Both original and new users all have the same NTFS permissions to the database and folders on the network. And I think it is vital that you establish which of these is causing the problem. The .ldb file will be in the same folder as the database itself. navigate here
SO at the end of this, I think you have to look again at the Access security settiings - making absolutely sure that you are getting the correct mdw for each Reklam Otomatik oynat Otomatik oynatma etkinleştirildiğinde, önerilen bir video otomatik olarak oynatılır. What should I do? regards glisando glisando, Jun 1, 2007 #4 dfriend846 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 11, 2005 Messages: 203 Hello Glisando, I'm sorry but I cannot confirm that the other method will work. here
I have to add a new user to the database. dfriend846, Sep 13, 2005 #1 Sponsor dfriend846 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 11, 2005 Messages: 203 Here's an answer to the above problem: The users who had problems opening Access had If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members.
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The time now is 02:00 AM. Runtime Error 3050 Couldn't Lock File Thread Status: Not open for further replies. If they can do this then I would regard that as indicating they have the necessary permissions to run the Access application. Covered by US Patent.
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Yükleniyor... So, either the permissions on the database are incorrect, or the permissions in the folder are incorrect.... Could Not Lock File. 3050 Also, with 100+ users all trying to create/lock the same file in the same location you will inevitably run into locking violations. Access Lock File I selected properties.
Click here to join today! check over here In theory, the .ldb file should automatically get created when user connects to the database and automatically get deleted when user stops using the database. In that case I will procceed to give write privellages to the users. austin72406 7.010 görüntüleme 12:34 تقسيم ومشاركة قاعدة البيانات عبر الانترنت | share access database - Süre: 36:57. Open Databases By Using Record-level Locking
There are ways to prevent people with Write priveleges from altering data. When one of the users opens the file (the others haven't tried yet) she gets the following error pop up... "Could not lock file". Could it be something to do with the registry settings of the user's notebook/PC? http://sinistro.org/lock-file/could-not-lock-file-error-access.html Uygunsuz içeriği bildirmek için oturum açın.
Is the problem in the person's security or configuration of Access or in the database? Should they restart their computers to have the new permissions apply or should it work right away? The back end of the database is on a shared server folder.
Stay logged in Sign up now! Connect with top rated Experts 9 Experts available now in Live! rdbothmaView Member Profile Mar 4 2008, 11:28 AM Post#6Posts: 140Joined: 1-July 04From: Cambridge, UKIn short, no it won't. This works fine on Windows XP workstations.
However we seem to have a problem on Windows 7 workstations. However no matter how I many permissions I give them it still gives the same error on Windows 7 machines. 0 LVL 77 Overall: Level 77 MS Access 67 Message Make sure the user that need to access the database have all modify, read and execute, read and write rights for the current folder. http://sinistro.org/lock-file/could-not-lock-file-error-in-access.html There is a current group of users who have been successfully accessing it simultaneously; some using Windows 2000 Pro/Office 2000 and some using Windows XP Pro/Office 2003.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? If you need users to limit them so that they cannot write to the database, set the permissions for the database file itself, not the folder it is in. I thought maybe it was a permissions issue.