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Linking a SQL server table to access

Posted on 2011-02-11
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Hey everyone,

I'm trying to link a table from SQL server 2005 to access.
The problem is that when I want to "link ODBC database", and create a .dsn to access the database on the server, then when I'm ask to choose what I want to link, I don't have access to the tables, but only the views.

Does anyone have an idea why ?
Thanks in advance
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Question by:havette
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Does the user have access to all tabels in SQL?  
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Thanks, it was indeed a problem with permissions
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