This page is a reference for a legacy version of Total Access Admin.
The latest version of Total Access Admin is described here: New Features
Total Access Admin 2013 includes these enhancements from Total Access Admin 2010:
These new features were added to the main form:
The most popular addition to Total Access Admin 2013 is the display of the user name for each computer name. Microsoft Access/Jet only knows what computer is connected to a database and not the actual user name. You can now create and maintain a list of computers with their user names to better understand who's in your databases. Provided multiple people aren't using the same computer, this works very well.
The new options form lets you manage the two external databases for Total Access Admin.
This is the database containing the translation table of computer names to user names. Open and edit this database to manage your list:
This is the database with the log of all your users entering and exiting your databases. This database stores the new UserName and has two new forms that show all the activities and by session (times when Total Access Admin starts and exits).
Activities for Each Time Total Access Admin is Launched
Previously, Total Access Admin could be set to exit for certain actions such as when all users exit the databases.
You can now specify a specific time to exit regardless of other activity in your databases. Just specify any date/time in the future.
If you launch Total Access Admin from a command line, you can specify all the UI settings. For the time to quit, new parameters are available to specify the hours and/or seconds before closing. This makes it easy to set the time to quit without having to know the current time (e.g. you can set it to close an hour after starting).
An update for Total Access Admin 2003 was also released with the Access 2013 version. Version 11.6 includes all the enhancements introduced with the 2013 version to monitor Access MDB databases. It runs on systems that do not have Access 2007 or later installed and doesn't support ACCDB database formats. It does not require any version of Access to be installed on the machine. For more information, visit Total Access Admin 2003 (Version 11.6)
For features added to other versions:
"Total Access Admin is a tool of immense value for any database administrator, so if you are one, don't miss this chance to make your life so much easier!"
- Nikolaev Alexander Dmitrievich
"Seeing live who's going in and exiting an Access database is incredibly helpful for supporting our multi-user environment"
- FMS Customer