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Access 97 to Access 2010 conversion

Posted on 2011-03-16
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We converted from Access 97 to Access 2010.
Error received when running queries  with the converted Access database using User1's  system…
[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver] Communication Link Failure (#0)
When the same queries are run from User 2's system the error does not occur.

This message also came up when doing the conversion...
-3831: The current file format no longer supports user-level security. The conversion or compaction process has removed any user-level permissions.

When the 1st user runs the queries using the mdb DB works fine.
When using the accdb DB error occurs.

Any ideas on what is causing this?
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 500 total points
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"The current file format no longer supports user-level security."

Well, that is the case.  ULS was removed starting in A2007 (and A2010).  So ... the ACCDB format does not support ULS.  But ... you can ... still run an MDB with ULS in the A2007 environment.

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I am looking for more info about the ODBC connection error.
Thanks.
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