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Rick Young, Dec 30, 2009 #3 Tom Wickerath Guest Hi Rick, > Other users can log onto this user's machine.... I'm more on the non-tech side but trying to help the user out on this. Progaming environment: Access based on my own environment: DAO3.6/A97/A2000/A2003/A2007/A2010 VB based on my own environment: vb6 sp5 ASP based on my own environment: 5.6 VB-NET based on my own environment started There are 3 people in the read/write group for the share and they have no issues either.

You've already verified the write permissions for this user to the shared folder. boblarson View Public Profile Visit boblarson's homepage! When the last user closes the database, it is destroyed. More about the author The user is running Access 2007. > > > > I checked permissions on the folder where the database lives and on the > > datbase itself.

All rights reserved. Community Find and share solutions with our active community through forums, user groups and ideas. Additional InformationOffice Support: About sharing an Access database on a network (MDB)Microsoft Support: PRB: Error "3050 Could Not Lock File" When You Connect to a Jet Database on a Novell ServerMicrosoft Community: Access DB Rick Young Guest I have a single user who is getting 'Could Not Lock File' error mesage when they open a specific Access 2003 database.

Training and Tutorials Learn how to master Tableau's products with our on-demand, live or class room training. I copied >> > the >> > database to the same folder and the user can open that copy. >> > >> > Any suggestions would be appreciated. If so, are they using a different version of Access? >> >> Has this database been split, and is each user running their own copy of >> the >> "FE" (front-end) Is there anything else I should do to rectify this problem guys?

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Tom Wickerath Microsoft Access MVP __________________________________________ "Rick Young" wrote: > The environment has a mixture of Access 2003 & Access 2007 users. > Other Access 2007 users have no problem Yükleniyor... Join our site today to ask your question. Not that I am aware of.

Knowledge Base Get detailed answers and how-to step-by-step instructions for your issues and technical questions. I selected properties. If I go into the folder and double click on the database.mdb file, I get a message that says that I dont have enough permissions to use the object , however All rights reserved.

I selected the user's name and I found that in the 'Permissions for user' section, I found the tick in the allow box for 'Read & Execute' and 'Read'to be in