Total Access Admin is an administrator tool to help you monitor the users going in and out of your Microsoft Access databases (ACCDB and MDB formats).
When I am monitoring a database with a password and try to add another password protected database, I get an error: Not a valid password.
How can I monitor multiple MS Access databases with different passwords?
Total Access Admin can monitor 150 Microsoft Access databases at one time. However, they all need to have the same security settings as the first database you open. That means they have to use the same workgroup security and/or database password as the first one.
If you have databases with different security settings, you can still monitor them but you need to open them in separate instances of Total Access Admin. Fortunately, Total Access Admin lets you run multipole instances of itself on the same machine.
If you log the activity, all the Total Access Admin instances save the data for all your databases in the same log, so you can view and analyze them all from there.
Can I use Total Access Admin to monitor multiple databases at the same time?
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