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.mdb file 2003 question
« on: 21. March 2016., 18:45:37 »
.mdb database is network access.
On each computer in turn opens. However, if opened from one computer to another will not open. Without any messages. Client Settings - shared (not exclusive). Files also .accdb open normally.

What is the reason I cannot understand? Requires multiuser work with files is .mdb. When the earlier all worked fine for the 2003 office.

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Re: .mdb file 2003 question
« Reply #1 on: 22. March 2016., 01:30:09 »
If you require multiple users to interact with the Database, maybe it would be better to scale up to SQL Server? You can start in Express


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Re: .mdb file 2003 question
« Reply #2 on: 06. May 2016., 21:54:43 »
Try this sequence in order below or as an additional resources for restoring .mdb file see and learn following topics, and in case your corruption is severe, one more solution must assist you is "Repair Toolbox".


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Re: .mdb file 2003 question
« Reply #3 on: 12. September 2016., 08:27:36 »
With the database splitter wizard you will have to split your database into 2 files front and back end. Forms and reports should be on the front end. Tables, indexes etc will be on the back end. Tables in front end should be links to the back end tables. More here:

Then you should use the tool from so that each user works with their own copy of the front end.
You should not use the mdb file simultaneously..


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