We have a couple of Access 2000 on our office network, split into Front End/Back End. At any given time there are 5-6 users in either of those databases. We have very few problems. We're in the process of upgrading our server hardware and moving to Windows Server 2003. Still working on the details with Dell. We have a need for some salesman to access the databases from home and I'm looking for the best way to do this. Currently, there is a copy of the front end .mde file on the server and one person can get into the server using pcAnywhere and work. Also with pcAnywhere, a user can log on to his office workstation and run the database that way. The problem with that solution is that the salesmen don't have workstations in the office to log on to. VPN won't work because of the likelihood of lost data or a corrupted file if service is lost. I have heard about MS Terminal Services and Sharepoint Services which, supposedly, will allow multiple remote connections to the front end of the database. I have no idea if or how that can be done. I would appreciate some advice on the best way to skin this cat. Paul Fenton PLG & Associates.