I've trying to do the same, I even googled but didn't find how do it.Anyone knows how to build such standalone App with Access?familyid=CA107AB1-63C8-4C6A-816D-17961393D2B8&displaylang=en on your Client Access Server. This MSI package contains the installation programs to the local hard drive.Normally it will put them in C:\Web Service Provider Installer Package, but I've also seen it install to a different drive.If you want to fool the user in thinking that they are not using access it will take some ingenuity. You will need a way to make nice 2D images that you will import into access, and then set them up like buttons, and give them functionality.Make sure you over lay them on a splash screen of some kind. At the end make sure you go in to the setting, and turn off anything that might allow the user to alter the form in any way.The OWA interface changes to include the following new features: This article explains how to configure Lync Server 2010 integration with Exchange 2010 SP1 or better.I will assume that you have functional Lync Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2010 SP1 or SP2 servers already set up. Download and install the Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Web Service Provider from
Download and save the Unified Communications Managed API 2.0 Redist (64 Bit) Hotfix KB 2400399 from The latest version is free, a departure from the previous versions which I believe you had to pay for.From the previous version I tinkered with, it comes with a tool to make a EXE file from the MDB or ACCB file, a handful of icons for the EXE to use if you are lacking one, and a program to help you generate Microsoft Help files for your application.familyid=D9AE78D9-9DC6-4B38-9FA6-2C745A175AED&displaylang=en NOTE: Both of these are for Access 2007, the version I run.Your version might require something different - but should be easily located on Microsoft's website.