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Accessing Microsoft Access application via web browser

Posted on 2008-06-18
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I have server 2003 ent edition.  Right now my clients access an application made with Access Database and has access interface via terminal server and remote desktop.  I want my clients now to access this Microsoft access database application file via web browser.  How can I do that?  Please point me to right direction.
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Hi - theres a really good article here that explains the intricacies of this....

http://www.dummies.com/WileyCDA/DummiesArticle/Pushing-Your-Access-2003-Data-onto-the-Web.id-288,subcat-DATABASES.html

It's worth noting though that any data transmitted is handled in Plain Text - so if you're working with sensitive information, consider tunneling through a VPN first or alternatively buy an SSL certificate and install that on your server.

Hope this helps.

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