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Running multiple versions of Access/Runtime ... in Terminal Server

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Zen


From http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828956/

"Note Microsoft does not support the use of multiple versions of Microsoft
Office on a Terminal Server. Coexistence is not supported on versions of
Windows that are running Terminal Services. If you have to run multiple
versions of Office, disable Terminal Services"

The problem:

I must install an Access XP Runtime application in a Terminal Server with
Access 97 pre-installed (and used): it's possible?
Someone has experience on the matter?

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Nov 13 '05 #1
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From http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828956/

"Note Microsoft does not support the use of multiple versions of Microsoft
Office on a Terminal Server. Coexistence is not supported on versions of
Windows that are running Terminal Services. If you have to run multiple
versions of Office, disable Terminal Services"

The problem:

I must install an Access XP Runtime application in a Terminal Server with
Access 97 pre-installed (and used): it's possible?
Someone has experience on the matter?


Our Terminal servers have both Access 97 and Access 2000 and I have seen no
problems. We do only use Access 2000 for apps run via Terminal Server from
those boxes, but Access 97 is installed and works and its presence doesn't seem
to bother Access 2000.

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