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Re: connectiing to a secured MS Access DB from VB.NET

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connectiing to a secured MS Access DB from VB.NET

Postby Reny J Joseph Thuthikattu » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 20:34:28 GMT

Hi,
When i try to connect to a user name and password protected Access file from
VB.NET i mam getting workgroup information file missiong.
Can any one tell me how to connect to it?
Reny



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