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Help with Connection string for my ASP.net app SQL Server Express 2005 and ASP.net 2008

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I have I ASP.net in Visual Studio 2008.  I want to use SQL Server Express 2005 as my Backend.

I cant seem to get the connectionstring right.

Here is what I can provide

SQL Server Express is running on my Local Machine..

Server Name=WORK5\SQLEXPRESS
Database Name=MyDB
Id like to use Windows Authentication


I cant seem to get it working.

This is what I have thus far:
DRIVER=SQLOLEDB;UID = Work5; Trusted_Connection = Yes; DATABASE = MyDB; WSID = WORK5; APP=Microsoft Data Access Components Server = WORK5;


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Provider=SQLNCLI;Server=WORK5\SQLEXPRESS;Database=myDB;Trusted_Connection=yes;

http://www.connectionstrings.com/?carrier=sqlserver2005
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I already had found the answer prior to you answering it, but thank you for the quick response.
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