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QuestionDatabase Security Design PinmemberBram van Kampen9-Apr-13 13:44 
Hi,
 
First of all, I do not know if this is the correct forum. If not, please re-direct me.
 
I am re-designing a successfull application for XP to run under Win7 and 8. The previous incarnation runs under XP. The application at hand is a Cash Register/Production Application, not at all connected to the internet, just to a small local network. the general requirement is that a User signs in to an app running on a terminal, in order to register a fact of production, or a transaction with a customer. Any Opening,reading Writing or Closing happens under Program Control.
 
Under XP all machines run in non password Admin Mode. I see nothing wrong with it, but microsoft considers it a bad idea. (conversely, weare not aware of even one security related issue over the past 7 year).
I cannot think of even One feature of the 'Windows Development Cycle since 'windows XP' that has benefitted me.
 
The Read/Write/Modify set of permissions do not realy cut it. An employee must perform a transaction on the till, which requires a right to modify the Till Contents. he is however not allowed to do that at will. (Set the Contents to Zero, bring the takings home, and claim 'No Trade' for that day)
 
'Switch User' is definitely not a way to go. It is too slow, and All Users have to start from the same screen anyways.
 
The Microsoft model seems to be based on the 'country hopping traveling sales man', and the sharing of a computer between different people doing different things, like writing letters or spreadsheets, stored on the company server. The precursor to Azure(which I will NEVER assign my customers to)
In my application Internet security requirements are non existent.
 
I am now preparing a new design using the NET Framework.
 
I do not use any significant graphics, (other than Diaolg Boxes) DB Acces attempts account to about 1000 per week. on average over each of my users.
 
Anyone who can help?
 
Regards Smile | :)
Bram van Kampen

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