Joined: 19 May 2004 Posts: 9 Location: Centerville, South Dakota
Posted: Thu Feb 22, 2007 8:19 pm Post subject:
Not that I am too familiar with how Microsoft doesthings in the database world, but it appears from the error message that the path to the driver is not specified. (I'm sure you already figured that out on your own).
The path that the Web server is reading is not a valid path. Often, this occurs when the Global.asa file is being used, and the connection string is created on a computer other than the Web server. If the path is a mapped drive letter, it is probably only valid for the client computer that created the connection string.
When you say you have all permissions enabled, are you talking about domain permissions, or database permissions?
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