You create Group objects and then use their names to establish and enforce access permissions for your databases, tables, and queries using the Document objects that represent the Database, TableDef, and QueryDef objects with which you're working.
With the properties of a Group object, you can:
|?||Use the Name property of an existing Group object to return its name. You can't return the PID property setting of an existing Group object.|
|?||Use the Name and PID properties of a newly created, unappended Group object to set the identity of that Group object.|
You can append an existing Group object to the Groups collection in a User object to establish membership of a user account in that Group object. Alternatively, you can append a User object to the Users collection in a Group object to give a user account the global permissions of that group. If you use a Groups or Users collection other than the one to which you just appended an object, you may need to use the Refresh method to refresh the collection with current information from the database.
The Microsoft Jet database engine predefines three Group objects named Admins, Users, and Guests. To create a new Group object, use the CreateGroup method on a User or Workspace object.
To refer to a Group object in a collection by its ordinal number or by its Name property setting, use any of the following syntax forms: