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How to use ADODB objects in Python?

Hi Experts:

    I am writing a Python program that needs to use ADODB to run SQL commands. However, the program needs to be run in under a restrictive policy that does not allow many third party softwares including Python for Windows extensions (win32com.client), which means I cannot do something like
con = win32com.client.Dispatch("ADODB")

    I may also need to use other COM or NET objects in Python, what shall I do?
    Thank you!
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Roger BaklundCommented:
"...does not allow many..."

Does it allow some?

huangs3Author Commented:
Thanks cxr. Seems cannot avoid. It was very lucky that I found the company allows the Python Win Extension.
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