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Problems connecting to Access database in local site through IIS 7

Posted on 2007-11-19
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I have set up a local development environment of a simple ASP site that connects to an Access database in IIS . When I connect to it it works and displays fine. The moment I try and access another page or refresh the same page however I get a 'Provider error '80004005' Unspecified error' error occuring. If I wait 30 seconds or so and try again, the page loads fine, but again I cannot view another page. I am closing all recordsets and odbc connections in my code, so Im not sure what might be causing this apparent lockdown of the mdb.

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