I have a client who has an old 97 MS Access Database Application. He wants to convert it to 2013 and have it accessible via web.
My thoughts were to convert it to 2010 first and iron out any conversion issues. Then as a next step to set up a SharePoint 2013 on line and create some forms which he requires and link it to a back end on his local desktop machine (i don't know if this is possible without a server, however he is reluctant to purchase a server).
My question is whether it is possible to have Access apps from share point linking back to a local MS Access database on someone's desktop (or server)?
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