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Old 05-09-2012, 03:35 AM   #1
Toris
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Help needed how to protect library on shared computer?

Hi, I am on a shared system, with no option to deny access to anything (there is no separate user accounts, nor will it be allowed)

I am having a problem because of this. There are several users who are also using calibre, and I have begun to use this program to organize my extensive collection of digital books. I had thought that my library would be accessible only to me, but could not find any method by which to do this. I can see no option to password protect the library, and now I am finding alterations, things changed, books deleted and added. My library is a mess, I have had to fix yet again, and again, and again...............
I have complained, but it will not have an affect

Is there a way to password protect my library to prevent the other users of this computer from accessing it, and I have just failed to find it, or does this option not exist?

Thank you for any help and advice you may provide,

Toris.
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