If you are using Database Accelerator (DBXL) with InfoPath 2010, you might encounter an issue when opening the DBXL Administration tool (DAT).
If you click Show Details, you'll get: "Forms that require the domain permission level contain features that access information on a network".
This appears to be a caching issue in InfoPath 2010, due to the fact that InfoPath 2010 doesn’t automatically attempt to get an update for the form. This only happens if you had a previous version of DBXL installed.
The workaround is relatively simple:
1. Close all InfoPath instances, and verify that the InfoPath process is not running.
a. Right click on the task bar and select Start Task Manager.
b. Click on the Processes tabs and click on the Image name header to sort the processes.
c. Look for InfoPath.exe.
d. If it exists, select it and click End Process.
2. Open InfoPath.
3. In the File tab select New. You will see the DBXL Admin Tool listed under Qdabra Tools.
Note: If you don’t see DAT in the list of available forms, open Internet Explorer and go to the DBXL page: http://<servername>/qdabrawebservice, and then click on the DBXL Administration Tool link. The error dialog might still appear; close it. When you re-open InfoPath, you should now see DAT in the list.
4. Right-click on the form and select ‘Get update of this form’.
5. Close InfoPath filler.
6. Try to launch DAT again.
DAT will update and InfoPath should no longer display errors whenever you click on the link in the DBXL page or open from your available InfoPath forms.