[AccessD] User Security

Gustav Brock Gustav at cactus.dk
Mon Jan 10 09:35:44 CST 2005

Hi 65

This is two normal and an empty entry:


This would be that string with ";" as password:


But now you have one normal entry, one with a zero length value, and
two empty entries.


>>> cyx5 at cdc.gov 10-01-2005 16:07:12 >>>
So you are saying to put in two semi's, or one is there by default and
then the second one will serve as the blank password?

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Hi 65

That could very well be so, as the connect string is a semicolon
separated list and text is not quoted. Thus, a semicolon would just be
seen as:


which is an empty password.

Nice trick - or whatever you will call it ...


>>> cyx5 at cdc.gov 10-01-2005 15:39:10 >>>
Does anyone know if I set a user's password in the security gizmo as a
semicolon, will it not prompt the user to enter in his ID when the app

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