I&#039;m new to ASP, and here is the situation - my coworkers and I work with an ACCESS database using Access 2000. We have a website to display the data to a specific audience. The database file used by the website cannot be updated through our network because of firewalls, different domains, etc (military computer networks) When i sneakernet the updated .mdb file to the server used by the website, and if anyone is looking at the data through the website at the time, I cannot update (overwrite) the .mdb file with the newer one. Am I missing something? Is there command-line parameters for the DSN-less connection I use, or something else that will allow me to overwrite the old .mdb file with the newer one even if someone is viewing the data through the internet? Thanks.<BR><BR>Mike