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Cannot open Access database through Frontpage

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Craig, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Craig

    Craig
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    Hello,

    I have a website that I administerate through frontPage. This website
    contains an access databse .mdb file.

    I must also mention that this database is located on an internet web server.

    When I want to edit the database or open it up I usully fire up frontPage,
    find the database file, then double click it. Usually Acccess will open
    locally on my machine and I am able to manipulate my database.

    I am now trying to do the same thing from a different PC and I am getting
    the error "Microsoft Access cannot open this file.
    This file is located outside your intranet or on an untrusted site" I don't
    know why it is telling me something I already know, but more importantly I
    cannot get onto my file anymore. I have tried many things, such as adding
    the site to trusted sites etc etc etc and nothings seems to help. Does
    anyone know what is up here?

    Thank YOU!

    Craig
     
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  3. dawnm.jordan@gmail.com

    dawnm.jordan@gmail.com
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    I have 2 ideas for you try... Are you certain that the version of
    Access on the new machine is the same version your database was written
    in? (Though I really think you'd get a much different error message if
    this were the problem) Also since you are on new machine have you
    adjusted the securities in Access itself?

    Just some ideas...

    ~~Dawn
     
  4. Craig

    Craig
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    Hi Dawn,

    Thank you very much for your response to my question. What are the security
    settings I should tweak in access?

    Thanks!

    "dawnm.jordan@gmail.com" wrote:

    > I have 2 ideas for you try... Are you certain that the version of
    > Access on the new machine is the same version your database was written
    > in? (Though I really think you'd get a much different error message if
    > this were the problem) Also since you are on new machine have you
    > adjusted the securities in Access itself?
    >
    > Just some ideas...
    >
    > ~~Dawn
    >
    >
     
  5. Craig

    Craig
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    The issue appears to have been a version conflict.

    I Matched the version of access with the previous configuration and the user
    was able to connect.

    Thank you.

    "dawnm.jordan@gmail.com" wrote:

    > I have 2 ideas for you try... Are you certain that the version of
    > Access on the new machine is the same version your database was written
    > in? (Though I really think you'd get a much different error message if
    > this were the problem) Also since you are on new machine have you
    > adjusted the securities in Access itself?
    >
    > Just some ideas...
    >
    > ~~Dawn
    >
    >
     
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