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rizmin
post Oct 17 2017, 07:30 AM
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HI UA Nation

I am running my MS Access through network, After I have added treeview form other user whose operating through network is getting following error, Anyone can help me on this thank you
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River59
post Oct 17 2017, 07:42 AM
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I googled the problem and here is a quote from what I found:

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There have been some issues reported after security update MS12-060 was installed and it looks like KB articles 2748410 and 2687441 appear to be related to your scenario.

2748410 Security Update MS12-060 Impairs Functionality of Access Database

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2748410/EN-US

2687441 MS12-060: Description of the security update for 2007 Office system: August 14, 2012

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2687441/EN-US

The security update puts a newer version of the mscomctl.ocx file onto your machine, so before going through the steps in KB 2748410 I would recommend you have the security update installed (the security update would be the one in KB 2687441). If you have this installed, but overwrote the mscomctl.ocx file on your machine, you will want to make sure you put a copy of the latest version of the control back onto the machine. The version should be 6.01.9834 and on a 32 bit machine this should be found in your system32 folder and on a 64 bit machine it should be located in the syswow64 folder. Once you have the update installed and the latest version of the control on the machine, I would recommend going through all the steps in KB 2748410 to see if they help.

Best Regards,

Nathan O.

Microsoft Online Community Support

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