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where can I get the microsoft jet for windows server 2008?

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Hello guys

I have some application that uses microsoft jet and now I can have access because it is missing jet in the server.

where can I download this drive?

thanks
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my windows is 2008 server 64
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Jet should be already on the server, but onle por 32 bits. Jet does not support for x64 code. IF you are compiling some code for x64, you sould "force" it to compile to 32 bits (x86)
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Hi Hidrau,

I just had this same problem.
In my case Jet was installed but I discovered microsoft never created a 64Bit version of the Jet driver.
So the fix was to create a new application pool in IIS and specify 32bit mode which fixed it.

Here is the solution:
http://forums.iis.net/t/1066385.aspx

best,

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thanks everybody
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