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I have a connection issue to my sql server. could someone please help me out?

the "sa" and pw are correct. but the ODBC connection from clients is not working.

windows 2008, sql 2008, on DC running windows 2008.
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You might want to down load the latest ODBC driver for the client and reinstall it!
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Check the firewall on the server too!  You can set inbound / outbound traffic for the SQL server
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