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Who is currently using an access database (*.ldb is present)

I need to know who so I can call and ask to close their programs

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joey

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  • Joey S Nov 21, 2007

    thanks. I know that another user is on it. I just need to figure out who so I can call and ask them to close their program.

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If you right click the .ldb file, select Open With, then select choose the program you want to open with and navigate to Notepad. When it opens in Notepad, you should see the name or names of the people that have the database open.

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Sometimes Access will randomly lock your database (creates a .lck file in same directory). Doesn't have to be another user in it at all. Try restarting your computer, then go to that directory and if you find a .lck file, delete it. Then try again to open your database file.

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