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Our DBA created an ODBC connection for me, but with Windows 7 I can not find where to look for it.

Could someone tell me how to view that connection?


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newbieweb


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To view the connection look in ODBC Administrator:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itproui/thread/e6b32787-0fc6-4531-93f8-081283a37834/

or are you asking how to use it?


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I am asking where is the ODBC Administrator in Windows 7?
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Thanks. Your link had that.
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