Re: Is SQL Server 2016 Always Encrypted Right For Me?
Access tends to lag behind in support of the new features in MS SQL Server.
I saw an article that Microsoft will be rolling out an update to Access 2016 that supports more of the features in MS SQL Server. ( see: http://www.eweek.com/database/micros...-large-numbers
If I did not have Office 2016, I would fire up a VM and installed the trial of Office 2016 and test it. If it works then you know it is worth the upgrade.
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