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Remote Desktop Connection Broker connection string

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    Remote Desktop Connection Broker connection string

    I have a Windows Server 2012 R2 server with Access 2007 installed.

    I would like to install a Access database on the Remote Desktop Connection Broker.



    I went to "http://www.connectionstrings.com/access/" for a connection string but there were none for a Remote Desktop Connection Broker.

    I know this is a lot but does anyone know where to find such a connection string or if Access is incompatible with Remote Desktop Connection Broker.

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    Seems to me this utility allows a remote user to login to network server https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...(v=ws.10).aspx. Once they are a logged on user, they should see the network hierarchy and then open and interact with files, including Access db.

    I don't think Access directly connects to backend files through this utility. Set up frontend with mapped drive links to backend file. User starts remote session and logs in to the network. Open their copy of frontend and hopefully the db links will work through the established session.

    But then again, this is really over my head and could be all wrong.

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