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

  1. phenderson

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    Just wondering if anyone's experienced any issues with Access databases
    and Microsoft's updates/patches. If so, how did you handle them? Did
    you roll back the patch or wait for Microsoft to deliver a hot-fix?
    I'm interested in all environments, but primarily Windows XP and Access
    2002/2003. Thanks!
     
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  3. rjbuys

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    I'm not sure if my problem is the same. I received some automatic security
    updates on 6/15 for XP SP2. Shortly after that, I can no longer launch my
    Access program. I have Office Pro 2003 and there's no problem with Word,
    Excel, etc. but Access won't launch. I see in my directory, I still have the
    MSACCESS.EXE file, and it won't launch by double clicking that either.

    I don't use Access that much. My files show last modification date on 5/31.
    The security updates came in on 6/15 and a few days after that, I was going
    to add a name to one of my lists in Access. That's when I noticed the
    problem.





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    "phenderson" wrote:

    > Just wondering if anyone's experienced any issues with Access databases
    > and Microsoft's updates/patches. If so, how did you handle them? Did
    > you roll back the patch or wait for Microsoft to deliver a hot-fix?
    > I'm interested in all environments, but primarily Windows XP and Access
    > 2002/2003. Thanks!
    >
    >
     

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