Using MSAccess on Terminal Sever

I am running Windows NT Terminal Sever, service pack 5 , and trying to use MSAccess 97 but the program will only open when logged in with administrative privileges.
  The error message that I am receive is “MSACCESS.EXE –Application Error
  The Application failed to initialize Properly (0xc0000022). Click ok to terminate the application.”
  The version that is being used is Office 97 service release two.
I can’t seem to find where the problem is.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Gwen21Asked:
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I found the Answer! It is that the msjet35.dll must have full permissions.
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rtheriotCommented:
check the permissions on the msaccess.exe executable, make sure the users who need access to it have permissions to do so.

hth
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jkline73Commented:
Grant access to the MSAccess.EXE to the users that need it (Full Controll) and grant access to Winnt\System32 Full control to those users.  Yes this is a security issue but the only way I new to get around it.
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Gwen21Author Commented:
The users have full controll already.
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rtheriotCommented:
have you tried re-installing just the access portion of office, it may have goine in wrong for some reason

hth

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