We inherited a rather complicated Access 2003 database that allows us to share that database with a client through replication.
The Master is kept on our system, and a replica on the client's computer in another town. They update and then sync it (the syncronisation takes place in a VB script in the database, with a button on the client's desktop that he presses before and after hes worked on it). The client then lets our staff know it's available to be used.
We're looking at upgrading to Office 2010 in the near future, including upgrading Access to 2001. I've done some initial testing on the database on a computer that does have 2010 already installed, and it's daily routine tasks seem to work fine.
My question is, whats the likelihood that we may have issues with the syncronisation step? Its a bit hard to test the syncronisation without actually upgrading the client to 2010 - which we don't want to do yet.