You just have to link the server where the database resides, and with correct permissions, you'll have access to...
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the entire database. Run the Query Analyzer and type the following code:
EXEC sp_addlinkedserver @server = 'YourServerName' @provider = 'Microsoft Jet OLEDB.4.0' @srvproduct = 'OLE DB Provider for Jet' @dtasrc = 'C:DatabasePathDatabase.mdb'This approach is for continuous work with the database. If you just want to access data from time to time, let's say each week or maybe every three days, then I recommend you to use OPENROWSET function.
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