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Migration from single machine to multiuser environment

I have developed a database software for my office using microsoftaccess as backend where designed the table,relation etc in the same while for front end I have used VB6 and very extensivly I have used ADODC for single machine. Now I want to convert it in multiplule user enviornment . I tried vb.net migration tool but when I run the programme it gives error at ADODC.
So pl. help me how I to handle the eitutation.

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Have you made sure that the ADODC path points to the machine that holds the database on a remote path for example (\\ComputerName\c$\Data\) and that it isn't a local path. (C:\Data\)

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