Missing DLL

Posted on 2011-04-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have an Access 2007 application. I have a user on Windows XP who is trying to open the database using Access 2007 via Citrix.  I as the developer don't get this error but everytime this user tries to open the database we get a missing reference error to otlrdm.dll
I can't find this dll online to download.  Anyway to get around this
Question by:error_prone
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    by:Carl Webster
    Is it not on your dev machine or any other computer or server?

    Author Comment

    No, I don't receive the error on the dev machine.  I'm using 2007 and have Windows 10.  We just tested the app with an Office 2007 user and he does not receive the error.  Also, there was an additional missing dll error for msado15.dll for the user in question.  I downloaded that dll and now am getting just the otlrdm.dll error.
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    by:Carl Webster
    Windows 10??? :)

    The only hit I get on the otlrdm.dll is for Outlook.
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    Accepted Solution

    Do you need this dll?  Remove it from your references.  In the VBA editor menu Tools->References.

    Author Comment

    Sorry, meant Windows 7!  We made the users receiving the error purchase Office 2007 and moved the database from Citrix to a local server.  We don't know what the setup is for the version of Microsoft Access 2007 on the Citrix server so just gave up.  Thanks for the input anyways.

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