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MS access database file sharing

I am using ms access in my database and it is used in a network. my problem is some clients are responding really slow... can you help me find ways to speed up the connection?

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There could be a shared-connections issue here, as well as a table-locking issue, if you are using linked tables, as I suspect you are. If not, how are connections being managed? And finally, it could be a network issue, though if you are using linked tabled and haven't set up a row locking policy, it is probably an app-level issue.

In short: More questions to answer rather than answers to the question. :)

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