If the Access Front End is not stored in My Documents, the only way to remove the warning is to poke around in the Registry and put in the path where the Front End is stored. This is dangerous and not user-friendly. Ask the user if he/she accepts the risk and then allow use without the warning.16 votes
Thanks for posting Nigel.
At this point there is no plan to support this feature.
Please feel free to re-use your votes!
This would allow developers to ensure their Access Application will work on Client Systems where the Backend is on a different Server to the development one.
Often, even after installation, Client Hardware can be updated and a change of path to the Backend is required. This simple option would save hours of configuration time.2 votes
The Access RunTime version is intended to run Access solutions and not to allow users to design them. Clearly the Linked Table Manager is a developers’ tool and therefore isn’t visible in the runtime.
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