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SQL 2008 and access 2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 11, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
I've got a customer with a need to have access 2010 and sql server 2008 sp1 on a windows server 2008 box. I've tried installing from office 2010 disc just selecting access to be installed and it stops at the end of the next splash screen. Once this happens the sql server ram usage goes from 500mb to 14GB. If I cancel the installation and restart the sql service it goes back down to 400mb.

Should I be advising against it or is there a specific way to get access installed in this instance? 

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