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Programmly remove User DSN?

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I created an User DSN in my vb program to an Access database through ODBC.  Now I want to remove/close/disconnect the DSN.  How can I do that? Appreaciate your input.  Thank you.
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You have to remove all the entries in the registry

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
\Software\ODBC\Odbc.ini\ODBC Data Source -> here is your DSN, you can remove it

\Software\ODBC\Odbc.ini\YourDSN -> here are all the configuration of the DSN. Remove it also
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You have to remove all the entries in the registry

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
\Software\ODBC\Odbc.ini\ODBC Data Source -> here is your DSN, you can remove it

\Software\ODBC\Odbc.ini\YourDSN -> here are all the configuration of the DSN. Remove it also

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