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However when I run the runtime, it acts exactly like the retail Access. Site Message (Message will auto close in 2 seconds)Welcome to UtterAccess! I just don't believe the licensing system is able to distinguish this case. For example, keep in mind that you cannot automate the Access runtime from other applications using createobject().

Also these power users might possibly be creating basic reports. –Tony Toews Aug 25 '10 at 2:56 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote Here's Tony Toews web site on TS. The WTS CALs control how many connections to the Terminal Server, independent of what apps are being run. You can however shell out to msaccess.exe and use getobject().

The back end and each user's front end all on the TS box. In fact, if you could install the runtime it would in fact over write the full edition of Access. This would still be much like trying to run two versions of Access at the same time. Or even have a single computer that you remote desktop into.

About syncing techniques:Have you looking into MS SQL Server's replication? The other problesm might be for a few power users who need to create queries to export data to Excel for analysis and or sending to clients. Browse other questions tagged terminal-server licensing microsoft-access or ask your own question. What happens?Are you setting the registry key on the machine with Access installed for the user?So you are running the Access front end across the network (mapped drive)?Will each user have

However assuming you managed to do this, you still have the problem when the office program attempts to use VBA, the ribbon, the report designer and as noted 1000's other bits This corrupted system file will lead to the missing and wrongly linked information and files needed for the proper working of the application. This avoids the network which helps with performance.Do you know which SQL Servers RASS supp mandrewsView Member Profile Mar 25 2011, 05:27 PM Post#9Posts: 603Joined: 21-March 09I will try and explain:- mandrewsView Member Profile Apr 4 2011, 08:21 AM Post#15Posts: 603Joined: 21-March 09I will look into the 2X.com (maybe that is another alternative)?My issue is:- all of the TS and Citrix solutions

I thought that option might have been mentioned earlier in this thread. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.databases.ms-access/LlGPg0A1280 Update request using table alias Let's play tennis How can I cash or deposit a check made out to my minor child? This explains the failure of my diagnostic message box to appear. The Following User Says Thank You to PaulO For This Useful Post: neilbmclaughlin(02-21-2011) PaulO View Public Profile Find More Posts by PaulO