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Duplicate SQL Server Database with Access Front End on Remote Machine

I used the SQL Server Migration Assistant to move an Access back end to SQL Server 2008. I tested it on my SQL Express, but actually did the migration via terminal server on my client's machine. The ...
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How to do a cross apply in MS Access?

I have a cross apply query that I wrote in the SQL Server Mangement Studio where I can't seem to figure out how to write the same query in MS Access. I know how to do a GROUP By in MS Access the ...
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MS Access Autonumber dilemma

I am using a sql query that will copy the data from one table to another. The problem though is the counter which I put in the Second table of my Insert into Select Statement. It all started from ...
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SQL Server 2012 Connecting to MS Access 2003

SQL Server 2012 - Access 32-bit 2003 - I can import the database, I don't understand why I can't link to it. SQL 2012 may have changed the connection string or something. I just installed SQL Server ...
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connecting to sql server from access for multiple users

I just ran the upsizing wizard on my copy of Access and have successfully connected my Access app to my SQL Server DB but I need to do this for multiple users. Am I going to have to run the upsize ...
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MS Access vs MS SQL Server

These are two offerings from Microsoft - MS Access and MS SQL Server. What type of users/uses is Access meant for? Apart from the degree of usage (in terms of number of users), are these two products ...
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Is there a way to restrict direct write access to the database in Microsoft Access 2007?

I'd like to set up an Access (2007) project that contains queries on a database (actually in MS SQL Server 2005), but I don't want to allow any direct writing to the database. How can I make it ...
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Less daunting front end for SQL Server

We currently have a few users who have been using Access very succesfully to throw around large amounts of data. We've now got to the point where the data is just too large to be held in Access, as ...