How can I use Bitbucket-Pipelines, but let the actions run on my Windows machine?

I have some Microsoft Access projects, and therefore Access is necessary not only for development, but also for buidling a so-called "executable". (In fact, it is no EXE, but an .accde file, still an Access database, but with precompiled source code inside.)

Second step would be to run an InnoSetup script to create the final setup.

Third step shall be the deployment to the project's Download section at Bitbucket.

I have done this in a customer's office with Jenkins and its Java client.

How can I manage this all to happen on my Windows (virtual) machine, but initiated by Bitbucket's pipelines?

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