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3rd. party Access ODBC Driver for 64 bit Windows Server 2008

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Has anyone seen a 3rd. party Access ODBC Driver for 64 bit Windows Server 2008 somewhere?

What are the alternatives.
(preferable simpel implemented)
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There is not 64bit odbc driver.  This link has a number of workarounds.  http://access.softwareheadlines.com/microsoft-access-odbc-driver-simple-problem-t71273.html
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