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Dec 07,  · I am using Access , a program () and a database () on the server (Windows R2). I open a pgm it’s working, but after some times, I have this message “Network access was interrupted. To continue, close the database, and then reopen it.” It’s working on network, but · Hi JLC, Thanks for posting in MSDN forum. Based. May 10,  · To continue close the database and then open it again.” We have our / format MS Access database backend stored on a shared drive on our SBS server. All the workstations are connected to the domain and they each have a local copy of the / format MS Access database frontend on their own hard drive. Dec 21,  · AlfieHiggins. Created on April 29, Your network access was interrupted. To continue, close the database, and then reopen it again. This message: Your network access was interrupted. To continue, close the database, and then reopen it again. has begun appearing on 3 of my 10 users’ workstations.


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Ask your network guys to check those users’ connection to make sure it really isn’t a network issue although all the network guys I know blame everything on Access. Your database is split, right? It should be Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. To go with what Bill said – it could be a bad NIC Network Interface Card in them they do go bad sometimes so they should be tested as well. And as Bill has said, the network guys sometimes need prodding because they can’t admit that their network might have issues so they blame it on Access.

But Access will not usually give you that error unless there was a dropped connection. If that isn’t set up that way then when you do get those network disruptions no matter how brief and someone is in the database, then you can pretty much count on corruption occurring and if you didn’t have it split, then the entire thing would be hosed and you might lose all of your data.

If it is split but you are running a shared frontend, then the frontend will likely get hosed and then everyone can’t work. But if you have copies on each user’s machine not only is it less likely that corruption will occur but it will probably mean that one person may be down but everyone else can keep on working while you go and give the one user, who has a corrupted frontend, a new file.

So, you might want to test your router. It might be having issues. I have seen several routers or switches go bad and that could be causing your drops on 3 of the 5 computers. I just started getting the same error on a standalone laptop. Could it be because the database is to large? Threats include any threat of suicide, violence, or harm to another.

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Please don’t piggyback your question on someone else’s thread. Please use the Participate link above to start your own thread. You can include a link to the older thread. Size of the database rarely is an issue. The real issue is Access is very sensitive to dropped connections.

Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. This message: Your network access was interrupted. To continue, close the database, and then reopen it again has begun appearing on 3 of my 10 users’ workstations. What is its cause and how can I correct it?

This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Bill Mosca. Thanks for your feedback. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Just some things to note.

In reply to Bill Mosca’s post on April 29, Thank you very much for the quick responses: but Per boblarson: actually, this is a pier-to-pier system with Network Access Devices RAID drives holding the back-end of the database and the local work stations holding the front end. This network in its present configuration has been up for about 5 years. As workstations aged they were replaced with newer versions of Windows and MS Access. The three of ten workstations that are currently having errors are using Access and Access We have no ‘network guys’.

It’s all on us. Is it coincidence that 3 users started having this problem within the space of a week or 2, when no one had the problem in 5 years? It makes me question the bad NIC idea. In reply to AlfieHiggins’s post on April 29, In reply to boblarson’s post on April 29, Guess what!! Thanks, boblarson, for your insight. We will be looking at the router. Yup, that’s the same error, just different wording. Ray VanDervort. This thread has either been duplicated or trimmed.

Various efforts beyond what is here have been made by users and others and it was determined without a doubt to be An Access error, not a network error. When Microsoft believes this, then it might get fixed. Till then all I can do are the things others fell help resolve or are a work around.

Hundreds of people are complaining about this and we can’t all have no other network symptoms and have it be the network. So I will search for such fixes and try them. I will monitor this thread emails sent and see if a similar thread can be identified. In reply to Ray VanDervort’s post on September 30, Scottgem MVP. In reply to Sireman’s post on December 21, This site in other languages x.


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