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Script to install ODBC on workstations

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I want to roll out an ODBC connection across many workstations that are running Windows XP, VIsta and Windows 7. Can someone send me a sample script that will write this to the registry and not overwrite what is already there?
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I tried the link and I get a Windows script host error. At line 54, Char95 Error Syntax. How do I fix this?
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I was able to get the script to work but I need to change it from being a trusted connection to use SQL authentication and then allow me to enter the login ID and the password. Please Help.
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Just change the two variables LastUser to your respective user and Trusted_connection to "No".
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I was able to use the script to push the odbc connections out with the script. I just had some wrapping issues that once I figured that out it worked great.
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