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I'm trying to view a .ldb file, with something easier to read than notepad, and I understand there is a utility for doing this in jetutils.exe called LDBView.exe

However, the utility is not still obtainable from Microsoft. The page where it is mentioned has a dead link to the file:

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At this point I'd settle for the md5 check sums so I can do an "Index of" search on Google... – leeand00 Aug 16 '12 at 19:56
the download link… worked for me – SeanC Aug 27 '12 at 16:19
Used Sean's link and was able to use LDBView to view a .laccdb file. Couldn't actually see the user names but could see the host names they were logging in from. – SimonTewsi Jul 17 '13 at 4:15
Forgot to mention: To view the .laccdb file, I had to select All Files as the file type in the Open Database dialog, then browse to the .laccdb file directly. Browsing to the parent database, the .accdb file, didn't work (even though the utility prompts you to select a database file). – SimonTewsi Jul 17 '13 at 21:27

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