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Jocat
Philadelphia
I have a situation where we have a remote office and we want the staff to be able to enter complaints (and their subsequent resolution)into a database. Note that this office is not connected to our lan. We want to be able to view the information on that database at the home office.

I am thinking of placing a replica of the remote office database on the home office lan and update it periodically. Because there is no network link to the remote office, what is the best way to update the home office lan database replica?

We are using Access 97.

Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Joe
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best way? create an app using ASP...as far using just access...i would say create an FTP site where you post/DL/update the database
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