I am writing a small app which distributes an Access database around various
computers on a network for one of my clients.
The app is a standard Front End / Back End Access setup. One of the
computers that the Front End is installed on also stores the Back End.
My question is this: if I re-link the tables on this one machine, using the
full UNC path, does this slow the application down compared to if I re-link
it using a C:\ drive address.
For example (the computer name is Till)
Any help would be very much appreciated!
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