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    Lists three common mistakes that enable Access users to circumvent security and provides an overview of how to protect a database so that it is not changed or copied by other Access users. Requires basic macro, coding, and interoperability skills.
    When you use Data Protection Manager 2007 (DPM) to protect SQL Server on Windows Server 2003 you may find the jobs remain in a synchronizing state and never finish. The jobs do not respond to a cancel command and the protected server requires a restart...
    Applies to Microsoft Office Outlook® 2003 Microsoft Outlook® 2002 This article describes what viruses are and how Outlook helps to protect your computer from them. For additional
    Learn how you can help protect your computer with software that blocks or removes viruses, spyware, and other malicious or unwanted software.
    Windows does not support using passwords to protect shared folders, but you can control who is able to access a shared folder by setting sharing permissions.
    Hide and protect formuls so that formula results cannot be changed by others, and that formulas cannot be viewed in the formula bar.
    Help protect a Microsoft Publisher file by making it a read-only file. Do one of the following: For Windows XP, click the Start button on the Windows taskbar, and then click
    To protect formulas, click Review, then click Protect Sheet. Passwords are optional. This article also explains the various protection options.
    You can protect your form's design so that users filling out the form can not open or modify its form template in design mode . In design mode, click Form Options on the
    To prevent a user from accidentally or deliberately changing, moving, or deleting important data from a sheet or workbook, you can protect certain sheet or workbook elements, with

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