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Using automation causes a runtime error when only the Microsoft Access Runtime is installed on a computer  August 29, 2013 – 00:25
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By using automation to create a new object in an application run-time Microsoft Access on a computer that does not have the full version of Access installed, you receive the following error message: Runtime error-2147023181 Automation Error: Connection to type library or object library for remote process has been lost.

The CreateObject call is not supported in runtime environment because the runtime Access requires a file to be supplied on the command line.

This behavior is by design.

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