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Default Speeding up an application with linked tables

Good day all.

I have an application which tables are all linked. The problem I am encountering is that when I modify the links from C:\path\filename to \\MachineName\Path\filename, the speed halts to a crawl. I need to make the paths network compatible to allow access to the front to other network users.

To complicate matters and to simplify them as well, we do not want multiple fronts (on every individual computer), to tough to keep track and update.

Please help.

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