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Is mdac  2.7 included in Windows xp sp1 ?

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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/301202 details how to check your version installed...

...and if you're curious, here are the versions installed for other OS versions (can't find Vista yet, but presume it's using 2.8, unless there's a 2.9... )
Windows 98  ADO 2.1
Windows ME  ADO 2.5
Windows 2000  ADO 2.5
Windows XP  ADO 2.7
Windows 2003 Server  ADO 2.8


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