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The Direct synchronization in Access 2003 “Synchronize Now” has stopped working. The popup window named ‘Synchronize Database ‘program name”” does now display anymore. It seems to me that a switch of some type has become disabled, but I’m not sure.
I have three instances of MySQL located in Chicago, London and Hong Kong and I want to keep them sychronized. Is there a standard way to do this.