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MS Access How can i develop a distributed application using AS Access. Or otherwise if in one machine ,there is no MS Access and eventhough i want to run my application like executable application. Is it possible using MS Access

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It sounds like the pop up may be occurring because your Access application is not using a licensed copy or if it is licensed, it was not set up properly.

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