Tags runtime , terminal services « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Display Even right now launching 2003 and then 2010 is a VERY bad idea to have both run at once. It might help my guy out.It would be very much appreciated!Odon't want to use Access 2010 runtime,Mark HiTechCoachView Member Profile Mar 24 2011, 06:09 PM Post#4UtterAccess VIPPosts: 18,903Joined: 29-September 03From: Oklahoma
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The SageKey installer might allow this (check with them). We use Access 2003 and are trying to migrate to 2007. Here's Tony Toews web site on TS. I could install the full version on a client computer and use it there. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/1c06e809-5e0b-45ac-a8b3-3ec5c7423279/can-i-run-access-runtime-on-windows-2008-terminal-server?forum=winserverTS
The last one with all the current REGISTERED 1000's of bits and parts that is SHARED. Select the menu folder entitled "Remote Desktop Services". In fact, if you could install the runtime it would in fact over write the full edition of Access. Click on Remote Desktop Licensing Manager.
On the Configure Discovery Scope for TS Licensing page, you can also specify the location where the TS Licensing database will be stored. Find More Posts by Simon_MT
On the Configure Discovery Scope for TS Licensing page, specify the discovery scope for TS Licensing. But it always 'looks' like retail Access? This also installs as a Role service. https://www.petri.com/forums/forum/microsoft-networking-services/terminal-services/39683-can-i-run-access-runtime-on-windows-2008-terminal-server Is itpossible to install both the Full and Runtime on the same machine? 2/.
At least, not with a straight face. > Access 2007 might be different but I did have both 97 (runtime) and 2000 > (full) running on TS for several months and They do not need to install any programs on their machine and none of the data streams across the internet. In the left pane, expand Roles. Does exist any way to install MS Access Runtime to a different path?
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 02-21-2011, 02:44 AM #5 The appropriate telephone number is determined by the country/region that you choose in the Activate Server Wizard and is displayed by the wizard Install Terminal Services Client Access Licenses using the I really want to be able to run the app on the ts box using retail Access, mostly for purposes of debugging. They will need to log in and their credentials established in advance The number of simultaneous users will be limited by your hardware There is a known limitation with the ability
Additionally, to support a Microsoft Access application, you can use install the free runtime version of Access, so you don't need to purchase an additional Office/Access license for each user. check over here Have to test if network (even though it should be high speed) in the mix plays a role.- use security like we are to make sure data is secure (from client The two shortcut paths are like this: "C:\access2010rt\Office14\msaccess.exe" "C:\myapp\northwind.mdb" "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\msaccess.exe" "C:\myapp\northwind.mdb" Even if I start the exe in the runtime folder, if I go to Help it shows Office The WTS CALs control how many connections to the Terminal Server, independent of what apps are being run.
KallalMVP Monday, September 09, 2013 12:13 AM Monday, September 09, 2013 12:11 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Albert your input is appreciated. The time now is 07:15 PM. The reason again is because such parts attempt internal to do things like create object(current ribbon) or use VBA. his comment is here When the user logs into their Terminal Server account, the program you specified automatically loads.
It used to be that the licensing software worked reliably with one and not reliably with the other, but I've forgotten the details (it was more than 5 years ago that The simple shortcut which you can place on the desktop profile for each of your end users of the Terminal Server will automatically handle the database name, security settings, location of In other words, once one part of office venison xx is installed, then ALL ADDITIONAL parts follow into that install dir.
The other would be to simply not install 2010 full edition on the TS, and have 2010 full on your local development machine.
This is definitely not a replacement for an Internet site that is publicly available and can support large numbers of simultaneous users. The runtime does not overwrite and re-register all the full retail bits and parts. PaulO View Public Profile Find More Posts by PaulO 02-21-2011, 02:07 AM #3 neilbmclaughlin Newly Registered User Join Date: Feb 2011 Posts: 4 Thanks: 1 Advantages of Terminal Server and RemoteApp Terminal Server and RemoteApp are an excellent and cost effective option for extending existing Windows based applications to remote users.
Terminal Services doesn't allow multiple users on the same computer to use different versions of Microsoft Office at the same time. And a backend (which contains only the tables of data) which sits on the SBS 2003 domain controller. 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 http://arabopensource.net/access-runtime/access-runtime-2000-terminal-server-2008.html This can occur if you do not have the necessary permissions to intall Microsoft Office Access on this computer." The server has Windows Server 2003 Service pack 1.
You also won't give up the nice features in Windows that aren't implemented so well on web solutions (e.g. Daniele posted Dec 16, 2016 at 9:46 AM Loading... Upon closing the program, the Terminal Server session closes. Office is a SHARED system.
If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. 3 Licensing questions should be directed to your vendor/reseller for an appropriate answer. –MDMarra Aug 24 I just don't know ebough about RASSand how to trick it to have ONE application published "access running front-end on H:"I think he tried to do the trusted connection reg hack The Problem is not TS related at all. However, there is a limitation with the ability of RemoteApp to support User Path variables.
Yes – that configuration issue would likely still exist. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? How FMS Total Access Startup works with Terminal Services and RemoteApp One of the benefits of using Microsoft Access is the support that is offers for linking or connecting to one Each user must have a Client Access License (CAL); more on this topic below.
For multi-user and scalable support, your Microsoft Access application should be a split database design where each user has their own copy of the front-end database installed under their profile. I stumbled across it when I found some of other donation software using it.The graphon.com company seems to be very bad at marketing but I really like their product and hope Answer? There's no need to make the investment in time and money to rewrite the application for the web in these situations.
For existing applications where you only need to support a limited number of remote users, RemoteApp lets you leverage your existing investment in all your applications and get up and running