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Topic: Discovery of files from ACCESS does not work.

MS ACCESS 2003, WINDOWS10. After passage on WINDOWS 10 such phenomenon is watched: constructions of type ShellExecute (Me.hWnd, "Open", a way, 0&, 0&, SW_SHOWMAXIMIZED) or excel Cease to work. Workbooks. Open (way). In a variable the way is always transferred a line UNC type "\\a 192.168.1.16 \FOLDER \podpapka\fajl.rasshirenie" the Error reduced to that that the file is not found. Though the file on a place, through an explorer is visible, with access rights everything is all right. Prompt in what side to dig for the decision of this problem? In WINDOWS XP, 7, 8 such phenomena are not watched.

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Re: Discovery of files from ACCESS does not work.

Thought that because of that that and a name of the computer-file of the server correspondence IP has not been registered in file HOST. Registered. Does not help. Changeover IP of the address addressed to the computer solves a problem. In WINDOWS 10 something else appeared except file HOST?

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Re: Discovery of files from ACCESS does not work.

garvy wrote:

In WINDOWS 10 something else appeared except file HOST?

Generally not HOST, and HOST S .
No, in ten in this sense changed nothing. But just in case check up in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\value of key DataBasePath - it should be "%SystemRoot %\System32\drivers\etc", and the file will be searched there.
At the same time be convinced that you edit file HOSTS without the extension, instead of the file with the same name with the extension which is hidden explorer th.

garvy wrote:

Changeover IP of the address addressed to the computer solves a problem.

Well it is as though correct - from the point of view of security arrangement it is different resources. And, means, editing HOSTS does not help.

garvy wrote:

the file is not found. Though the file on a place, through an explorer is visible, with access rights everything is all right.

And in an explorer open a resource in the same way, to the address, instead of by name?