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How do I change the default directory in MS Access?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by GGONZALES56, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. GGONZALES56

    GGONZALES56
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    We had a quotes program designed by an outside consultant that we can no
    longer locate. The problem we are having is that we changed servers. All
    the files were copied from the old server to the new. Problem was old
    servers ran under Novell and new server now runs in Windows. Older server
    network drive letter was F: New Server now shows network drive as H. When we
    try to open the Quotes program naturally we get an error saying it can't find
    F:\data\recquote\dpr2000p.mbd file. How can I change this to the new
    location of:
    S:\\dprsrv\share?
     
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  3. Pieter Wijnen

    Pieter Wijnen
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    probably Tools/Database Utilities/Linked Table Manager (Tools/Add Ins/
    Linked Table manager for '97)
    Or map the F: drive <g>

    Pieter

    "GGONZALES56" <GGONZALES56@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:80911283-5504-40D1-A7CE-FD6BD10A0EA4@microsoft.com...
    > We had a quotes program designed by an outside consultant that we can no
    > longer locate. The problem we are having is that we changed servers. All
    > the files were copied from the old server to the new. Problem was old
    > servers ran under Novell and new server now runs in Windows. Older server
    > network drive letter was F: New Server now shows network drive as H. When
    > we
    > try to open the Quotes program naturally we get an error saying it can't
    > find
    > F:\data\recquote\dpr2000p.mbd file. How can I change this to the new
    > location of:
    > S:\\dprsrv\share?
     

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