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Missing NTWDBLIB.DLL for Server 2008 R2

Posted on 2010-11-18
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I am trying to install a 3rd party app on Windows 2008 R2 DataCenter.  I get part way through the install and get an error.  I called their support and they told that it was failing because the ntwdblib.dll file is missing, as well the Named Pipes (DBNMPNTW.DLL) and TCP/IP (DBNETLIB.dll) are too old (version 6.1.7600).  They also told that all three dll's should be at least the same major version (e.g version 8.x)

Where would I get newer Dll's and how do I install them?

ntwbdblib.dll is missing when I run the cliconfg.exe tool
   Old versions of TCP/IP and named pipes
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by:NEMHCIS
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I forgot to mention is 64 bit Windows 2008 R2
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Bhavesh Shah earned 500 total points
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Hi,

check out this link...

http://www.dlldll.org/dll-files/ntwdblib-dll.html

it may helps
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