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DBNETLIB connection error on Azure with SQL

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Hello All

I have a database where the backend is on an Azure server in SQL and the front end is in Access 2010 on the users computers (the whole program started life as an Access 2010 database housed locally)

Some users are randomly getting a DBNETLIB connectionwrite error (I have attached a screenshot).  I have tried changing a registry setting but it did not work.

Any help is really appreciated!
Thanks!error msg from connection error
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Question by:alevin16
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by:John Gates, CISSP
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Since no one has given you an answer, let's start here:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/942861/en-us

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John Gates, CISSP earned 2000 total points
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Also your SQL server transaction log may be filling up.  What Recovery model do you have set for the database? Full? Simple?


Thanks!
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by:alevin16
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Hi dimante,

I did not think about the transaction log filling.  I am new to the sql server thing (someone else handles it at the company).  I am going to ask them to see if they can give me any more insight.

Thank yoU!
Andy
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by:John Gates, CISSP
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You are welcome.  Please let me know how you do.
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by:alevin16
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That took care of it.  It looked like the log was just getting too big.  Sorry for the delay in filling this out
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by:John Gates, CISSP
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Glad you got it sorted!

Happy Computing :-)

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