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Microsoft ODBC SQL SERVER Driver DBMSLPCN SQL SERVER does not exist or access denied

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Hi ,

I am getting this error when installing an APP which creates a table using the existing SQL Instance/DB .

This environment is of  Windows XP SP3 and SQL Express 2008 R2 edition.

Can any one help me on this?

Thanks
Raghu
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Is ODBC driver for SQL server installed on your system?

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That looks like an error in the connection string.  Can you post the connection string?  The normal driver to connect to SQL Express 2008 R2 would be 'SQLNCLI10'.  That looks like it is probably the name of the server.  http://www.connectionstrings.com/sql-server-2008
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