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Access runtime 2020
A C2R version of the Access runtime (officially called the «Office 365 Access Runtime») is now available:
I can confirm that it installs fine alongside Office 2019.
Huh? I just installed Office 2019 Standard 32-bit, and then I downloaded from the link you provide, and when I attempt to install it (i.e. Office 365 Access Runtime), I get this message, «We can’t install. To install this product, first uninstall the following product(s) and try again. Microsoft Office Standard 2019 -en -us». Are you talking about the retail version of 2019 or something? This is just not working «alongside Office 2019» for me:)
So then I tried Access 2016 Runtime (32-bit to match the 32-bit Office 2019 standard deployment) and get this: «We can’t install the 32-bit version of Office because we found the following 64-bit programs on your PC: Office 16 Click-to-Run Extensibility Component 64-bit Registration. Please uninstall all 64-bit Office programs, then retry installing 32-bit Office. If you want to install 64-bit Office instead, please run the 64-bit setup.» But 1) we require 32-bit Access runtime for compatibility with our 32-bit-only ODBC drivers, 2) that Extensibility Component is not listed separately in Programs & Files, so it seems my 32-bit Office included some 64-bit component, and 3) I explicitly configured the C2R deployment file as 32-bit here: https://config.office.com/, as evidenced by this first line in the resulting exported configuration .xml file:
- Edited by Brian D. Hart Friday, May 17, 2019 2:40 PM
Well, I found an answer, although not exactly a comforting solution, in a closely related post elsewhere on MSDN: Access 2013 Runtime 32-bit seems to work with Office 2019 Standard. But dev was forced to Access 2019 by the fact that we can no longer purchase Office 2016 from our supplier (TechData) at the same time we can no longer purchase Office 2016 Standard for non-developers.
I think it works (or it least it allowed installation) with 2019 Standard and Access 2013 Runtime, but I wonder how long it will be until there is some conflict or incompatibility. That may be when dev rewrites everything in C# or dotNet. I hope not. Or does MS (this is a question for you MS engineers that moderate or at least monitor this thread) have a plan to up the Access runtime compatibility?
- Edited by Brian D. Hart Friday, December 21, 2018 6:53 AM
Huh? I just installed Office 2019 Standard 32-bit, and then I downloaded from the link you provide, and when I attempt to install it (i.e. Office 365 Access Runtime), I get this message, «We can’t install. To install this product, first uninstall the following product(s) and try again. Microsoft Office Standard 2019 -en -us». Are you talking about the retail version of 2019 or something? This just not working «alongside Office 2019» for me:)
You are right: Apparently, the Office 365 Access Runtime is not compatible with Office 2019 — I don’t know why it worked in my tests back then. Sorry for the misinformation.
On the bright side: Microsoft announced an Access 2019 Runtime for the second half of 2019.
Good news on Access runtime 2019 coming out.
Now, do you think any of us actually remember all the computers that now have Office 2019 Standard with Access 2013 runtime? I suppose I could have kept a list, but I did not. That is, we are glad to have the upcoming solution, but the implications of this rather egregious lack of planning (if not an intentional attempt to drive everyone away from Office Standard to the more expensive Office Pro Plus—despite the fact that there are non-monetary reasons for installing runtime instead of the full version Access, such as preventing overly-curious users from using existing ODBC DSNs to open DB2 tables directly and changing things disastrously rather than being limited to the tightly-controlled user interface I provide in my Access apps!) on Microsoft’s part will continue to plague us for some time to come.
And, based on the information at the MS 2019 RT announcement, it seems that RT 2019 will be installed via the Office Deployment Tool. I wonder if this means that we will be able to install just the runtime now as an add-on, independently of already-installed 2019 Standard, or if we will have to create a deployment package that includes Office 2019 Standard with Access Runtime 2019 and reinstall the whole thing on those computers that already have Office 2019—when one, potentially, might not have immediate access to the already-installed 2019 Standard license information.
Just not entirely impressed with the thought process, or lack thereof, going on with the whole «can’t mix installation methods» plan.