Database Manager for Microsoft Access


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Why Database Manager?




Microsoft Access has a wealth of management features...if you have the time to find them.


More Control of Your Access Databases

Overseeing multiple Access databases can take more time than you have to spare. Identifying which are still in use, which have been backed up, and managing advanced settings are all tasks that are often deferred past due. OpenGate's Database Manager for Microsoft Access helps you inventory and manage your Access databases from a central location with ease.  OpenGate Database Manager can even help you manage advanced settings and options in your Access databases you didn't know were available.

Product Licensing


Single User License

Allows you to install OpenGate Database Manager on a single PC, and manage unlimited databases.

Unlimited User License

Allows you to install OpenGate Database Manager on any PC in your company, and manage unlimited databases.

With OpenGate Database Manager, you can:

Set Advanced properties remotely

Microsoft Access Database Manager main screen
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Use OpenGate Database Manager to control your Access databases from a central location. Open your databases using the different versions of Access installed on your PC, hide the database window, disable the Shift-bypass key, and more...without opening each database individually.



Create an Inventory of databases
Use OpenGate Database Manager to scan your local and network drives to find Access databases in your organization.  Quickly see when the database was last modified, the tables inside, and other key properties. Review the full feature list...


  

Keep your databases running smoothly
When you databases begin to increase in size, you may not be able to expect your users to run the Compact & Repair feature in Access to bring them back to a reasonable size. With OpenGate Database Manager, you can compact databases remotely, and access the undocumented "decompile" feature to help resolve VB errors that appear to have no reason or root cause.

System Requirements
Microsoft Access 2000, Microsoft Access 2002, Microsoft Access 2003, Microsoft Access 2007, or Microsoft Access 2010 (client), Microsoft Access 2013 (client), Microsoft Access 2016 (client).

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