troubleshooting Question

DBNetLIB ConnectionOpen Connect() Specified SQL Server not found

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I've received this message when tried to connect to MSDE on Windows XP via
my custom application using DSN in ODBC (ADO - OLE DB ODBC)?
But the ODBC test completed Successfully and The Enterprise manager from SQL
Server 2000 can connect to the server.

network-TCP/IP, not joined to domain, MSDE 2000, Windows XP, Server and
Windows NT Security
connecting string:
Provider=MSDASQL.1;Persist Security Info=False;User ID=sa;Data
Source=MySource;Initial Catalog=MyDatabase


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