Ms access 2000 runtime on terminal server

ms access 2000 runtime on terminal server

The runtime shortcut's target is: C:d and d contains: "C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft Officeartofficemsaccess.
Unfortunately, I got the access same error message: "This access application must be installed to run.Exe and supporting dlls, etc.) to C:Program Files (x86)Microsoft OfficeART assuming access ART files can and should be read-only?On terminal server clients, when runtime the user clicks onto the report link from their switchboard, their database application gets terminated.All Comments, back to Windows Forum 5 total posts (Page 1 of 1).If you were me, would you first upgrade the Access 2000 server source code terminal (forms, reports, modules) to Access 2003, create a server 2003 MDE and distribute that with the 2003 runtime, or would you instead prefer to migrate to Access 2007? Exe again.
When running reports on runtime non terminal server clients, reports run okay.Please run Setup from the location where server you originally installed the application." when I attempt to server run our app from the installed shortcut.Any suggestions on how best to proceed is much appreciated.We also have experience using, terminal Services and promo RemoteApp to support users over the Internet to run Access applications without having to install Access on their local machines.RemoteApp and Terminal Services to Eliminate volunteer User Installations.Exe, and an Office folder with 2000 version of msaccess.General discussion 5 total posts (Page 1 of 1).Our custom software development team has extensive experience creating Microsoft Access solutions that are deployed to users around the world using the Access runtime version.By hosting the Access application in a secure data center, Mac users and other non-traditional Access users can run your Microsoft Access application from their device.Professional Solutions Group for details.Based on my failed results (on 64-bit Win 7 Pro SP1 I'm certain we need visual to migrate this promo app to a more recent version of Access.