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Can't find DAO350.DLL - permissions problem

Posted on 2004-09-01
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Visual Basic 6 has been installed on a Windows 2000 machine.

VB launches successfully with admin rights.

However it will not launch as a standard user - the message 'Can't find file DAO350.DLL' is displayed.

The application closes when OK is clicked.

I have tried re-registering the DLL, installing MDAC and reinstalling Visual Studio - but the problem won't go away.

Visual C++ runs correctly.

Please help ...
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by:Sethi
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Install Jet Engine 3.5 from Micrsoft and it will run correctly:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;172733
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by:Matti
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Hi!

Try this on run command line:
Regsvr32 C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\DAO\DAO350.DLL

If it's not there try to locate that dll using Find and move it there and reply that command

Some versions of Office install tend to remove older DAO versions from the registry.


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by:Matti
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Hi!

There is a error this is in correct format:
Regsvr32 "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\DAO\DAO350.DLL"

Matti
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by:chuckie1
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Thanks for the comments so far.

I have tried regsvr32 but this has not worked.

the application works fine when logged in as an admin, but not as a user??

also tried the MDAC solution with no sucess.

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by:Matti
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Hi!

When you open database for write it will create ldb-file and can't do that if there is regular user. Set priviliges "full control" for your database folder.

Matti
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by:Sethi
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did you try the Jet Engine solution I guided you to?
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by:chuckie1
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Hi there all.

Yes I have tried the Jet engine solution.

It is not an application that has been written in VB it is the application itself, All works fine when logged on as an system administrator, however when logged on as a user if you try to launch VB you get the message 'Can't find file DAO350.DLL'  if you add the users to the local admin group all works fine.

This is not a solution due to company policy.

Chuckie1
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by:Matti
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Thinking that when open the database it's readonly=False

Chance that then it will open for users.


Matti
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by:chuckie1
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Matti

Its not a database, It happens when  trying to actually open up Visual Basic to start programming.
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There is a lot of temp files etc. when Visual Basic opens, it's not realistig to use it as regular user.
Try to run VB by using addmin privileges even if you have login as user, there is Run As option on mouse button menu when right click the desktop icon of VB.

Matti
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