Unable to find an entry point named 'InterlockedIncrement' in DLL 'kernel32.dll'.

Posted on 2011-04-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Hi Experts!

I am trying to migrate my old win 2003 32 bit server to a 2011 SMB server 64 bit.
The website is connected to a iAnywhere 11 database, and the application is devlopet in VS 2005 via ODBC.
When ever I try to connect to the database from the new server I get error message

Unable to find an entry point named 'InterlockedIncrement' in DLL 'kernel32.dll'.

I am however abel to create and sucessfully test an ODBC connection from the ODBC manager.

Does anyone have an idea what I am missing?
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