DataNumen Access Repair(Technician License)

DataNumen Access Repair is a must-have tool for anyone working with Microsoft Access databases. Whether you are a database administrator, IT professional, or business owner, this powerful recovery tool can help you minimize data loss when dealing with corrupt .mdb and .accdb files.

One of the main strengths of DataNumen Access Repair is its wide range of supported versions, from Access 95 to 2019 and even Access for Office 365 databases. This means that no matter what version of Access you are working with, this tool has got you covered.

Additionally, DataNumen Access Repair can recover not only the structure and records of tables in Access databases but also MEMO and OLE fields, deleted records and tables, autonumber fields, indexes, relations, and queries. It can even handle password-encrypted databases and fix corrupt files on various media types like floppy disks and CDROMs.

This tool is incredibly user-friendly, with features like integration with Windows Explorer for easy file selection, drag & drop functionality, and support for command line parameters for advanced users. It also allows you to repair multiple Access files in a batch, saving you time and effort.

Overall, DataNumen Access Repair is a comprehensive and efficient solution for anyone dealing with corrupt Access databases. Whether you are a seasoned IT professional or a small business owner, this tool can help you recover your valuable data quickly and effectively.

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