Add Power to Your Access Database Security StrategySecuring private information from unauthorized individuals is more important than ever. Global privacy laws require that most patient, employee, and financial information be shared with only those individuals that have a specific need to see the information. Microsoft® Access® is used worldwide to manage sensitive information for businesses of every size. FormSafe for Microsoft Access provides a simple yet powerful utility to dynamically decide what fields and buttons on a form need to be hidden, disabled, or obscured, all at the user level. Combined with an overall Access database security strategy, FormSafe can help you save time and effort managing Access form security.
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FormSafe for MS Access
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Use FormSafe to secure the text-boxes, dropdown boxes, buttons, and other controls in your Microsoft Access forms based on the individual using the form. You can set up FormSafe to disable, hide, or obscure Access controls on any form to prevent specific users from accessing information they should not see. Whether you need your Access database to comply with the US HIPAA Act or national Data Privacy laws, FormSafe can help you secure your MS Access forms at the user-level.
Use FormSafe to easily hide, obscure, or disable fields in your Access forms based on each person's Windows username. An experienced Access developer knows creating multiple versions of an Access form to limit visibility to data, or adding Visual Basic to hide fields from specific users, can be a maintenance nightmare. When you update the design of one version of the form, and you have to spend time copying that change over to every other version. With FormSafe, you add a single line of VB code (which FormSafe provides for you to paste in) to your form, the rest is simple configuration. And when you add new users, or decide to protect a new or existing field, you simple update the configuration in the FormSafe administrative screen. No more coding, no more MS Access form versions by user.
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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