Convert to Access 2007 and Terminalserver 2008

Discussion in 'Access Conversion' started by info27 via, Jan 23, 2010.

  1. At this time I use a database developed in Access 97, then converted to
    Access 2000 and now running on a Windows Terminalserver 2003 installed Access

    In My database there are nearly 1.000 Objects (tables, queries, forms reports)
    info27 via, Jan 23, 2010
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  2. Sounds reasonable. Are you asking if there are any problems. There
    will are a few mostly centering around the ribbon.

    See Jeff Conrad's page How do I get my existing legacy menu bars and
    toolbars to work in Access 2007? Right now they all show up on the
    Add-Ins tab.

    BTW the probably two best sites on converting to Access 2007 are and

    You need to use a different version of Office on a Terminal Server
    system. Although if you are just using Access then the A2007 runtime
    will likely work fine.

    Microsoft Office Access 2007 Developer Edition FAQ

    Office 2007 Apps on Terminal Services

    Error message when you try to start a 2007 Office program within a
    Terminal Server client session: "This copy of Microsoft Office
    <Program> cannot be used on Terminal Server"

    Tony Toews, Microsoft Access MVP
    Tony's Main MS Access pages -
    Tony's Microsoft Access Blog -
    For a convenient utility to keep your users FEs and other files
    updated see
    Granite Fleet Manager
    Tony Toews [MVP], Jan 23, 2010
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