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pre-requisite has encountered a problem and needs to close." When Installing Act! with a valid serial number You have changed your Startup database to an incorrect file type You have not logged into the ACT! 6 database as... Navigate to the location of a .PAD file. Sage are baffled too :-) Report Inappropriate Content Message 9 of 10 (2,201 Views) Reply 0 Kudos ghollister Platinum Elite Contributor Posts: 6,537 Country: USA Re: Object reference Blah Blah Options http://kb.act.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/13797/~/error%3A-error-accessing-or-processing-a-pad-file-attempting-to-open-sage-act!
Report • #2 dlabrie May 11, 2010 at 14:13:51 I had a similar error with ACT...after the 2010 upgrade. Please use the previous link instead. Ken Quigley, BA, MCSE, ACC, APTToronto, Ontariowww.keystroke.ca Report Inappropriate Content Message 4 of 7 (3,038 Views) Reply 0 Kudos avelarjr New Member Posts: 3 Country: United States Re: Backup Issues -
Limit by product This button does not work with screen readers. Note: The name you enter into the This account field, must have Full Control Permissions of the supplemental files folder on all computers involved in the synchronization. No RESTORE_PAD is not the name of the database and the database is being run through the network. because our company is split into two divisions.
This can result if you have Simple File Sharing® (Windows® XP® only) enabled and/or incorrect permissions set for the ACT! The request cannot be fulfilled by the server Essentials Customer Resources Getting Started with Act! The Search Results dialog box appears.
users, please visit the ACT! Essentials Act! Note: Follow the steps below to access the ACT! Expand More Advanced Options by clicking it.
Greig HollisterNote: Effective 6/1/13, Sage no longers provides support for the Act! https://community.act.com/t5/Act/Error-accessing-or-processing-a-PAD-file/td-p/123930 will reattach your database to SQL and create a new .pad file SQL Server- Close ACT!- Click on your Windows Start button, select run, and type in services.msc- When the list Database (*.ADF). Preferences to change your Startup database to the correct file type.
Scheduler log, you find one or both of the following errors:"Failed to log into the database" and "Error accessing or processing a PAD file"