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Chapter 33. Complex Security Issues > Securing Client/Server Applications

Securing Client/Server Applications

It is important to understand that security for client/server applications must be applied on the back-end database server. You can request logon IDs and passwords from users at runtime and pass them to the database server as part of the connection string, but Access security itself does nothing in terms of interacting with client/server data. Any errors returned from the back-end must be handled by your application.


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