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I am writing an small membership application. It provides a layer above an Access database. The program will probably run an a single machine but I need a way to allow any user that logs on to access the underlying database. I have heard that I could implement this feature through a windows service and use remoting. Could anyone give me a head start on this issue? BTW the program wil be distributed via CD-ROM so the installation needs to be as simple as possible.

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