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How do I add a Sybase ASA 9 provider to Microsoft SQL Server 2005

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I'm trying to create a linked server in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 to a Sybase database. I would like to use the Sybase ASA as my provider for setting up the link but I'm not sure where to download and how to install in SQL.
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You need Sybase client tools installed, follow this KB:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/280102
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Thanks for the reply Daniel. I've actually seen this KB, I'm just having a hard time obtaining the client tools. Any idea where I can find these? I haven't had a lot of luck on the Sybase website.
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