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Extracting ODBC Connections from Registry & Other Required Places

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Hello all,

     We are trying to extract some ODBC connections from client computers to transfer them to new PCs.  We have noted Two distinct locations in the Registry that hold the configurations.  These are basic SQL connections however we have some configured to Named Pipes and some TCPIP links.  I need to know where to pull the information from in it's entirety.  Details are a must here!

Thanks for your time in advance,

-Jen
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Appreciate the help!  I might ask again to see if I can get a few more options.  Unfortunately there's a bit more detail I seem to be missing, but good stuff!

-Jen
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