" Invalid Database Specification" in Sage Accpac 5.5A

Hello All Experts,

I am using  Sage Accpac 5.5A, Can anybody let me know abt error " Invalid Database Specification", bcz i am to installing Sage Accpac 5.5A for on Windows , and when i try to login to a company above mentioned error appears, although i am using admin account. I have installed for one another client on Windows 7 and working fine, I lot try to reinstall and install it again but no affect, same problem yet.

Specification:
Version: Sage Accpac 5.5A
Database: SQL Server 2005
Server Operiting System: windows 2003
Cleint Operiting System: Windows 7


Note: For other cleints its working fine.

Kind Regards


kavinagpurAsked:
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idmedellinCommented:
Verify that SQL Native Client is installed in the workstation. then verify the user rights in sql
Bhavesh ShahLead AnalystCommented:

Try to follow the below steps

1st uninstall the workstation setup form client machine and clear
accpac from registry then Install WS setup then go to start -> All program
-> Sage accpac -> right click on Database Setup select run as administrator
then select data bases and click on edit then ok. do for all database. then
open accpac by selecting run as administrator. It will work.

Source - http://erp.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/accpac-l/invalid-database-specification-3826403

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kavinagpurAuthor Commented:
Hi Brichsoft,

For your information this is also my post on erp.ittoolbox.com, that was not helpfull for me

Thanks
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