Free "Easy Password Tracker"

This is a free product and does require ACCESS 2010.
You can setup a trusted location using runtime for anyone
to use it.
Click Password Tracker to download. This is 2nd
variation with more functions now to make it easier to use.

Make sure you run it in c:\passwords (Trusted Path). You
can also EXTRACT by doing it with [ c:\[chg_your_path ].

That will work. If you are like us with hundreds of
passwords, it's hard to keep track of it all. If you want
changes to this program for your specific needs, let us
know. For a small fee, we can do that.

Note that this is a 32 bit application even though we now
live in a 64 bit world. There is not much difference except
for a bit of speed and most systems run 32 bit.

If you don't have ACCESS 2010 on your system, you can
use runtime 2010 to run this, even on an XP. Just download
the runtime now nicely provided by Microsoft at:

Microsoft Access 2010 Runtime

... and be sure to do the SP1, which is:

Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Access Runtime 2010

... and you might need this one, which is:

Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable

Note also that with Runtime, MS gives an open warning.
There is a way to set the registry not to do this but, as you
know, MS is full of warnings. Nothing will happen, just click
OPEN and have confidence about your passwords.
Free "Easy Password Tracker"
Click here to download a very
simple Password Tracker we use
all the time. It comes with a report
that you can preview and print out.
Now, you will get a warning, which does nothing but irritate you
when it comes up. To get rid of this warning, simply do a RUN
Regedit and click in "HKEY_CURRENT_USER," then "Software,,"
then "Microsoft," then "Office" and then continue on as seen below
and then add c:\Passwords as your trusted path or whatever
location you want to put it in. See below a picture:
There will be "Location2." Create a Location0 or whatever name
you want to give it. You might be able to use "Location2."

You do this all the time by right clicking in the pane. You'll figure it
out. On the right pane, when you go into the new "Location0" you
have just created, right mouse click and "NEW" and then "String
Value," create one and add DATE and DESCRIPTION much like
you see in the "Location2" already there.

After ADD an "Path" and in right mouse click to Modify (right click)
the binary data to include whatever location you want to use. I like
to use "c:\Passwords," so I can easily get at the data. You can put
it in your "Program Files" or wherever directory.

Just remember to put your corresponding program into that folder
with the same name. Now the error warnings will no longer irritate
you. This is all because Microsoft is so security minded.

If any questions, I'd like to help you, just call me at
(401) 453-5600
and leave a message and I will call you back as soon as I can. It's
a simple ACCESS/VBA program and I use it all the time. The less I
commit to memory, the better!

This is a free simple program and I house all my passwords with
this one particular program. We have done 3 major commercial
applications in VB6, ASP.NET with VB.NET, and ACCESS/VBA.

ACCESS/VBA is a very powerful platform no one seems to know
about and even Microsoft does because they want you to spend
your hard earned money on their more expensive products.

To this end, ACCESS/VBA has gotten a bum rap. We are currently
developing a commercial product in MSOFFICE using
ACCESS/VBA for a vertical market of 66,000 businesses!

If you think that ACCESS/VBA is a bad platform, we will make over
1 million dollars in just the first six months when we release it at a
show in NYC. We have that many advanced orders already.

Later we will program parts of it on and convert it slowly to
ASP.NET with VB.NET or C#.NET.
CLICK HERE to DOWNLOAD this Registry
Captured page- it will look better on your PC
Trusted Location. You can still click and
by-pass the warning but it's a nuisance. Call
me if you need help- 401-453-5600