02-21-2011, 02:44 AM #5 What would work fine for me would be to install the regular version of Access 2010 on the server, and to run all of the user instances of the db using
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Or even have a single computer that you remote desktop into. For one, you have to install the Enterprise version of Office on the Terminal Server. For me, anything that is web based I only use a SQL Server back end. I would appreciate it if someone can confirm this or provide a method to allow runtime for all while still having the full package for development? http://arabopensource.net/access-2010/access-2010-runtime-on-terminal-server.html
For users to launch Access in runtime mode you will simply have to provide a correct short cut with the /runtime switch, or rename the database to an accdr extension. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Microsoft Access 2013 provides a rich platform for developing database management solutions with easy-to-use customization tools. neilbmclaughlin View Public Profile Find More Posts by neilbmclaughlin
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I will try your suggestion to trick the licensing system to allow runtime and full access. Disclaimer: This website is not affiliated with Wikipedia and should not be confused with the website of Wikipedia, which can be found at Wikipedia.org. I just think having full access on your local computer is best. I have installed access 2010 runtime on a server 2012 with remote desktops services role installed.
The last one with all the current REGISTERED 1000's of bits and parts that is SHARED. Mostly reffering to 2007, but certainly applicable to 2010 in most of the cases. You simply cannot have two versions of word or Excel or in our case Access of the SAME version installed on the same machine (that shared bits and parts is the Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft.
i have tried different service packs on the terminal server and even access runtime 2013. I do have two Office14 stacks, the runtime one lacks word.exe and so forth. How to easily fix Ms Access 2010 Runtime On Terminal Server error? find more info Just a question on the scenario that you have ...
mandrewsView Member Profile Mar 26 2011, 06:48 AM Post#13Posts: 603Joined: 21-March 09I looked at http://eqldata.com/http://www.accesstables.com/http://www.caspio.com/http://www.accesshosting.com/index.asphttp://www.onthenetoffice.com/hosted-it-service.htmlhttp://www.epidirect.com/MS/TerminalServer...ficeDesktop.htmhttp://www.thinsoftinc.com/index.aspxhttp://www.elusiva.com/products/TerminalServerPro.aspxo basically some access syncing sites, some access converting to web sites, som TS hosting, some TS Both msaccess.exe are identical, and both execute as Access, but all of the registry stuff refers to the retail stack. In a nutshell, this means you can install the runtime, but it will not really install. Often when an organization has terminal services, they often have a few other servers running.
I have a client that would like to upgrade MS Access on his TS to 2010. 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 Hence it makes not a lot of difference that you launching msaccess.exe, but then consuming the 1000's parts that been installed + registered. With a TS box you can have everything local.
One workable suggesting would be to develop with full retail Access 2010, but install the 2013 runtime for users. check over here Do I really need to purchase a license for every single user? Here's Tony Toews web site on TS. HiTechCoachView Member Profile Mar 29 2011, 12:45 PM Post#14UtterAccess VIPPosts: 18,903Joined: 29-September 03From: Oklahoma City, OklahomaMark,For a TS alternative there is also http://www.2x.comOprefer a TS/Citrix type solution using RDP as the
Does anyone know if it's ok in terms of licensing to install Access 2010 retail on the ts server, and run the app for users using the runtime switch or accdr? Chesscademy Tactic: Is my alternative as good as the right answer? If the runtime could install and re-register everything then it would hi-jack all of the full retail parts. his comment is here The body of my yesterday's post is below.
If I remove the full Office install and try to run the application using the Access 2010 runtime only then I get the same security warning but following that then the 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
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. So if we want to use just the runtime we will need to change our code. I had both, the Full Time access and Runtime on my PC. There are two (2) ways to fix Ms Access 2010 Runtime On Terminal Server Error: Advanced Computer User Solution (manual update): 1) Start your computer and log on as an
This also explains why you get that long "switching" and re-installing like dialog when you switch from say Access 2003 to 2010. (the bits and parts for 2010 are being re-register It's Hat Season…Announcing Winter Bash 2016 Linked 45 Can you help me with my software licensing issue? share|improve this answer edited Aug 24 '10 at 2:15 answered Aug 24 '10 at 2:02 Jason Berg 15.2k52652 2 +1, This information is correct; and you need to contact a weblink This website should be used for informational purposes only.