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Take a look at the following image. Is the native "SQL Server" driver shown in the list equivalent to the old MDAC (Microsoft Data Access Components)?

SQL Server Driver
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No, it's supposed to replace it for both OLEDB and ODBC.  Here's a Microsoft article on the subject: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms810810.aspx
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There is a newer SQL Native Client version 11 that you may want to use.
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Dave,

Great article. Thx.

TheHiTechCoach,

SQL Native Client is an terrific option. Thx.
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