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Installation and Setup

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There are three options for installing Microsoft Office Developer Microsoft Access Workflow Designer for Microsoft SQL Server™. To use Access Workflow Designer components, a server must be set up with the appropriate prerequisites and components.

  • Server Components   Verifies that prerequisites are present and installs components required on the server, including the system databases, the server administration tools, the Issue Tracking solution template, and the Setup program for the end-user client.

  • Developer Tools   Verifies that prerequisites are installed on the developer computer and installs the Access Workflow Designer and the client-side replication components.

  • End-User Client Components   Verifies that prerequisites are installed on the user's computer and installs client-side replication components, so users can take team solutions offline.

For the latest information about installation and setup, see the Readme files on the Microsoft Office Developer CD-ROM.

For information aboutSee
The configuration and software requirements that must be met before installing Access Workflow Designer componentsInstallation Prerequisites
How to install and configure the Access Workflow Designer server componentsSetting Up the Server
How to install and configure the tools used for developing team solutionsSetting Up the Development Computer
How to install the client components required to run a team solutionSetting Up the End-User Client Computer
Issues related to setting up and using the client-server databaseSelecting the Data Source
The setup and use of the Office Web ComponentsSetting Up Office Web Components on the Server
Issues related to setting up and using the Access Workflow Designer components on a computer running Microsoft Windows® 95/98Special Considerations When Using Windows 95/98
Issues related to setting up and using the Access Workflow Designer components on a computer running Windows 2000Special Considerations when Using Windows 2000
How to remove the Access Workflow Designer and its tools from your computerUninstalling Microsoft Office Developer

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