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SQL 10061 error, with ODBC

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When I try to make an ODBC connection from another machine to my SQL server to link my tables with access I get the error 10061. Any Idea's?
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This error message appears because there is a network error connecting to SQL Server - it means that you are trying to connect to SQL Server using TCP/IP sockets and the server is not configured to use TCP/IP, or that there is no network connection to the SQL Server. So configure the server to use TCP/IP and check the network connection.
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I already found it myself but thx
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