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When I attempt to do the publish Access 2010 on SharePoint 2007 site we are getting the error message “The web location you specified does not support Access Services”.
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
Access Services is only part of SharePoint 2010 hence the service application is not available under SharePoint 2007 - therefore you can not publish an Access database to the web - you would need to have a SharePoint 2010 installation.

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Rainer
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