The users at my organization connect to a Terminal Server running Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard.
They use Outlook 2010 on their profiles when they log in, and for this reason 64-bit Office 2010 has been installed, probably using that
Control Panel -> Programs -> Install Application on Remote Desktop method of installing software. It appears that 64-bit Office 2010 was installed in full including MS-Access 2010.
Our users also need to be able to access just 32-bit MS-Access 2007 to work with some old, old databases via 32-bit ODBC that connect to an old, old system we are slated to get rid of "when the new system is ready".
Now I know that it is possible to uninstall just 64-bit MS-Access 2010 without removing all the rest of 64-bit MS-Office 2010, but I'm not certain it's possible to reinstall just 32-bit MS-Access 2007 without some sort of a registry hack.
I have 32-bit MS-Access 2007 and 32-bit MS-Access 2003 installed on my own 64-bit Windows 7 box for purposes of maintaining these databases and a registry hack is being used to switch between them, but I can't imagine this being possible in a multi-user environment like Terminal Server.
Is there some way of making this work?