OS is Windows 7 (64-bit) and Access is 2010 (32-bit). Each workstation has a local (read-only) copy of an ACCDE frontend. The frontend links to tables in two (secured) MDB backends. The backends sit on a shared server drive.
The frontends reference reusable code libraries: three (read-only) MDE files, and one (read-only) ACCDE file. The custom libraries sit on the shared server drive.
This works in practice, but I am apprehensive about frontends sharing custom libraries on the server. How risky is this architecture?