How do I open access in runtime without security warnings?
I am in the process of upgrading from Access 2003 to 2010 the current databases are split and users run the application in runtime.
I have been able to upgrade successfully except for the Security Warning I get when opening the database in runtime.
Have tried changing settings in the Trust Centre, this has fixed the Full Access security but seems to have no effect on Runtime.
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I am running Access 2010. The datablase is split with front end running on my machine and the back end on the server. I have 4 other users using Access Runtime. My settings are set to "Shared" with "No Locks".
The users on runtime can use the database with no warnings however if they have the database open and then I open it I get the warning "you do not have exclusive access." It may have something to do with the fact that today I was making some changes and someone popped it open on me through the runtime.
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