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mainwebserver Posted - 25 Jul 2006 : 17:54:23
Hi,

I was wondering if it would be possible to include a password protection feature into XMM, so that protected database files can only be opened when a password is entered?
My wife and I do possess some adult DVDs that are quite unsuitable for kids' eyes. Unfortunately many computer games require administrator rights, so any protection on file/account level fails. It would be really great if we could manage our collection without having to worry about our kids stumbling upon it.

Would such a feature be possible?

Best regards,
mainwebserver
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Alessio Viti Posted - 20 Dec 2012 : 10:26:16
Yes, now is release 8 is possible to protect the database with a password.

Just go in the Files -> Database Functions.

Ale
av999 Posted - 20 Dec 2012 : 09:12:03
Is password protecting a database available yet?
mainwebserver Posted - 28 Jul 2006 : 20:57:18
That would be great, thanks Alessio!
Alessio Viti Posted - 27 Jul 2006 : 10:34:09
Hi,

Sorry for my late reply. At this time is not possible do this, but I will try to find a way in future releases.

I think that is better protect the database with a password, so everytime you open this particular database XMM will ask you the password.

Thank you!

Alessio
mainwebserver Posted - 27 Jul 2006 : 10:31:10
Oh, I just realized: a function to forget the list of recently opened files would be great, too. Maybe as an option?

I also haven't found any option to open a specific database by default everytime XMM starts (like there was in the previous version). Was I just to blind to find it, or can it be implemented?

It would be great, if you could comment on this and my previous idea, Alessio! :)

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