Data Recovery

How to Locate and Delete Access Web Apps by Using the SharePoint Access App Scanner

In this article, we discuss how you can make use of the all-new SharePoint Access App scanner to find and remove Access web apps in your system. The sole purpose of SharePoint Access Scanner is to locate and report the presence of all Access apps in your tenant. There are several Access apps, which are being retired and Microsoft wants to prevent users from adding or running any new apps with your system. With the help of the data that is generated through this scanner, users can come up...

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Understanding the Full Recovery Model in SQL Server and Exploring Its Challenges

The Full Recovery model in SQL Server comes with its own set of challenges and benefits, here we give an overview of both. One of the greatest things about using the SQL Server is the recovery models it provides. Depending upon the kind of data you are working on and your future requirements, you can select which recovery model will be best for you. The action of backing up data and then restoring it is a part of the recovery model provided in SQL Server. As of now, SQL users have the option...

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5 Benefits of Database Sharing through Database Server in MS Access

This article helps the users in Understanding the Benefits and Process of Database sharing through Database server. Users can share their Access database files, through multiple ways however, the user should decide the right method based on their resources availability and needs. One method is using database sharing through database server. This method allows users to share the database; however, it does require the user to install an additional database server product. It saves the table...

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