OK, but I'm here scratching my head. I must have misunderstood what that means because I thought tables in an Access back end file were involved here. I realize you can create these at home, but you must be converting them to something else; perhaps SqlServer. Otherwise, I don't see how you can take a back end file of tables to work and upload the file to the network and have the file type recognized if it's not registered in the system.
The ACE Engine can be installed without Access. Then ODBC can link to an accdb file. This configuration would also seem odd.
It would make far more sense to install SQL Server as the back end.