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Default Upsizing.


I was planning on using the upsizing wizard to place the table, querries, forms and reports on an MS SBS Server which has SQL 2005 on it. I was wondering what it takes to make an intranet that can use those forms etc.

From what I have read I can simply use FrontPage to make it happen but what I am wondering is what things should I try to avoid in the design of the program?

I do not have Access on the SBS, so I think that the .adp format will not work is this correct?






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