MS SQL Linked server

I'm trying to create a linked server to SYBASE database. I've installed Sybase client on the MS SQL 2008 machine and created ODBC connection and tested it and working fine.

On MS SQL, once I try to create the linked server, I'm receiving the attached error
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Please post screenshots either as embed image in the post or as direct attachment. But not embedded in a Word document..

Btw, the error message says it clearly: The driver needs to access a file. You need to remember that SQL Server is run under a different account than you. So it normally should not have access to this folder or file.
ramziabkAuthor Commented:
Ste5an your comment noted.

As for the permission, Im logging with my user name who is a sysadmin. I'm the domain admin also with full permission!

I just noted that the file Phoenix.ids is not available in this C:\SYBASE\OLE folder? and I have no idea why it is trying to read from this directory.

I want to stress again that the SYBASE OLE is connection is working fine
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
It's not your account, it's the SQL Server account which normallly not have the permission.

The missing file is an detail of the Sybase driver, which I don't know. So you should search the docs for this.

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