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Chapter 20. Exploring Access Data Projec... > Moving Access to the Client/Server M...

Moving Access to the Client/Server Model

Access 2003’s Access data projects (ADP), also called Microsoft Access projects or Access client/server applications, let you connect to the Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE) with Service Pack (SP) 3 on your PC; on a peer server running Windows XP or 2000 Professional, or NT 4.0 Workstation with SP 4+; or on a network server running Windows 2003/2000/NT 4.0 Server. You also can connect to networked SQL Server 6.5 with SP 5, 7.0, and 2000 databases. As in the previous chapters of this book, the term SQL Server refers to any of these three SQL Server versions, plus MSDE 1.0 and 2000. SQL Server 2000 is used when discussing new features that aren’t supported by its predecessors.

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Office 2003 is limited to installation under Windows XP and 2000+, but you can install MSDE 2000 on PCs running Windows NT 4.0 Professional or Server, and even Windows Me or 98. MSDE installed under Windows Me or 98 uses SQL Server (login ID and password) security. This book’s examples use MSDE running under Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000 Server with integrated Windows authentication.



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