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ODBC System DSN invisible

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Hello.

Wen I add a ODBC entry on the System DSN tab, it never apear in the list. (The list is always empty)
If I chec registry HKLM\Software\ODBC I can see that the entry exist, I can also run my application against the odbc alias I have created.
Can someone help me get the dialog to work.
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