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Peter Rühm

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    13 comments  ·  Access (Desktop Application)  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    We are well aware of this issue and are working with the Windows team on resolving the problem. Although we believe we have a solution to the problem, it introduces some new issues that we need to investigate and resolve before we can deploy the fix.

    Thanks,
    Access Engineering

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    Peter Rühm commented  · 

    One of my clients had the same problem. IT refused to do the registry Chargers.
    Converting the .accdb backend to .mdb made it possible to work with the frontend again. Luckily, I had installed some lines of code to manage the backend connection. But this solution is not satisfying: many other files are connected to the backend and can not be changed that easy...

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    We are well aware of this issue and are working closely with the Windows team on resolving it. Although we believe we have a solution to the problem, it introduces some new issues that we need to investigate and resolve before we can deploy the fix.

    Regards,
    Access Engineering

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    Peter Rühm commented  · 

    One of my clients had the same problem. IT refused to do any registry change for us !
    Converting the .accdb backend to .mdb made it possible to work with the frontend again. Luckily, I had installed some lines of code to manage the backend connection. But this solution is not satisfying: many other files are connected to the backend and can not be changed that easy...

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