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Disable autoexec macro access 2003 with VBScript

Disable autoexec macro access 2003 with VBScript
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I need disable "autoexec macro" access 2003 with VBS script.

I try this code, I don't have error but the autoexec macro run with open db access and not run the OutputTo excel file:

Set accDB = CreateObject("Access.Application")
With accDB
.visible = true
.automationsecurity = 1
.DoCmd.SelectObject acMacro, "autoexec"
.DoCmd.OutputTo acOutputTable, "db", "xls", "C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\db\db.xls"
End With Set accDB = Nothing
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