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I want to establish a simple and slim ASP.NET based Wiki, which can be used with ACCESS. What do you can recommend? I cannot use a SQL-Server based one for some reasons.

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Can you not use SQL Server completely or would some kind of import from your access database to the wiki database be a good fit? If your wiki will be used by a lot of people I'm not sure if an access database would be an appropriate data store. – mdm Jun 29 '11 at 9:46

For example Open Wiki can also be used with Access-Databases (MSDE):

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Road Kill Wiki supports any DB engines NHibernate supports, including MS Access.

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