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Access Services Not Supported

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I am using a trial version of SharePoint from Microsoft.  It is supposedly a Full Featured beta from 'Bamboo Solutions'.  I am attempting to Publish a very small Access database, as a test, to the shared hosting site: https://hosting.bamboosolutions.com/hosting/<acct. no>.  I am following directions directly from the "Access 2010 Bible", but keep getting the error 'https://hosting.bamboosolutions.com/hosting/,acct. no> does not support Access Services'.  Can anyone inform me as to whether this is a valid error for the shared, trial version, or am I doing something wrong??
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I am just going to assume this to be the default behavior for the site
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