Error SQL server does not exist or no login permissions error when running VBA function

I am running this function from WIN7  using Access 2010 to an MSWIN 2008 R2 server hosting MSSQL 2008 R2 and receive the above message. I can connect using SQLCMD using my user ID and server name with no problem.  

Function

Dim CompassConnection As Variant
   
    Set CompassConnection = CreateObject("ADODB.CONNECTION")
   
    CompassConnection.ConnectionString = "ODBC;Description=Compass;DRIVER=SQL Server;SERVER=OTTCOMPASS\ITNETCOMP1;APP=Microsoft Open Database Connectivity;WSID=OTTWS100;DATABASE=Compass;Trusted_Connection=Yes;"
       
        If CompassConnection.Open Then
       MsgBox "The connection has been established."
    End If
   
    CompassConnection.Close

    Set CompassConnection = Nothing

END FUNCTION


Does anyone have any ideas ?

Thanks for any help you can provide.
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
I can connect using SQLCMD using my user ID and server name with no problem.  
The connection string you show is using a Trusted Connection, so perhaps your server is configured to use SQL Authentication only. Try modifying your connection string like this:

 CompassConnection.ConnectionString = "ODBC;Description=Compass;DRIVER=SQL Server;SERVER=OTTCOMPASS\ITNETCOMP1;APP=Microsoft Open Database Connectivity;WSID=OTTWS100;DATABASE=Compass;UID=YourUserID;PWD=YourPassword;"

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