This feature is available after registration of the product.
SpeedBase can optionally ask for username and password on startup. This feature is also automatically activated
when the product is registered.
If you have newly registered the software and see the login window for the first time,
you may log on by just leaving the username as "admin" and password box empty. This feature should be
considered as a basic protection to keep away curious people who have access to your computer.
How to Activate or Disable Login Step
Open "Database" menu, select "Preferences", click "Startup" section.
For Single User License: Uncheck "require password on startup",
For Multi-User License: Check both "remember my login name" and "remember my password" boxes,
SpeedBase will skip login window and open your database without asking you for username and password at startup.
You may change your password by opening "Users" menu and selecting "Change Login Password".
SpeedBase will ask for your current password to proceed. If you haven't set a password before, leave the
input box for old password empty.
How Secure is my Data?
Since your database is not hosted on a publicly accessible server, there is no way for internet users to access your data.
Your database is as secure as any file on your desktop.
You may prefere to disable login window if you are the sole user of your computer and you already use a password protected user account on Windows
with a screensaver.
Note that, password protection of SpeedBase should be considered as a basic security precaution to keep your data away from curious people
who you allow to use your computer and work on your windows account. For added security, you are recommended to keep
your Windows user account private and create a seperate Windows account for other people who you allow to use your computer.
For multiuser (Teamwork) license:
Beware that, security management in SpeedBase is designed mostly for preventing accidental data loss, to keep the desired part of the information away
from curious people around and from your own users who simply do not need it. This feature should not be considered as a high level of protection
against your own users. Do not consider it as a way to hide sensitive information from your own users.