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I have different SQL driver versions showing on my servers, how do I
upgrade the SQL ODBC driver so that we have them all consistent.
The latest one we see are on the db1 & db2 servers.
 We are running NT4.0 w/ SP3
     app1 2.65.0201
     app2 2.65.0213
     db1 2.65.0252
    db2 2.65.025

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You can download from MS site Data Access Pack,that contains the latest version of the drivers.
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