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IIS services stops suddenly

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Web and FTP services stop suddenly, with no error at all, after somebody using an IDC using Access ODBC driver.
I can start the services again via Control Panel, Services, or the IIS Administrator, but they stop again every time somebody uses IDC. Anyone can help?
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Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem with Microsoft Jet 3.0. A fix for the problem is available from the Microsoft resources listed below.

You can find Msjtwng.exe, a self-extracting file, on the following services:

Microsoft's World Wide Web Site on the Internet

      On the www.microsoft.com home page, click Support.
      Click Knowledge Base, and select Access.
      Enter kbfile Msjtwng.exe, and click GO!
      Open the article, and click the button to download the file.



Internet (anonymous FTP)

      ftp ftp.microsoft.com
      Change to the Softlib/Mslfiles folder.
      Get Msjtwng.exe
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