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Error 2950 In Access 2007 Runtime From Trusted Location

Error 2950 In Access 2007 Runtime From Trusted Location
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I am deploying an Access 2003 database in a network environment using the 2007 Runtime to run the DB. The front end runs off of the local computer and the backend off of a network location.

I have both databases in trusted locations that I have added through the registry. I have enabled network locations. I do not get a prompt indicating that they are not trusted, which shows me that they really are in trusted locations.

I have the full version of 2007 on my laptop and get no errors, however, on the client machine I get a 2950 error in the Autoexec macro.

I tried moving the function call in the macro into a form that would launch on startup instead of the macro and still get the runtime error, however, when I get the error in this fashion I do not get the error dialog like with the macro, I just get a runtime msgbox.
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I am running Access 2007 (SP1) on WinXP

I have created a macro that calls a function from within it. However, whenever you run the macro the 2950 error comes up. I have set my database folder as a trusted location but it still happens.

Assuming this is a bug, can anyone suggest another way to run the code. Incidentally, when I try to run it direct from the Switchboard I get an error returned as well (although it doesn't tell me why). The functions does run fine on its own when done manually.

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Action failed
Macro Name: ImportCounts
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On the sub:
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