MS Access Unable to Call SQLDMO Objects on New SQL2014 Server

I am using MS Access as the front end (Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus) and currently have a SQL2008 server. I am migrating to a newer SQL 2014 server and are experiencing issues with code written using SQLDMO while testing in the new environment. I have an SSIS job that is called using the now deprecated SQLDMO that is obviously failing in the new environment. I am having limited success finding how to use SQLSMO in a similar fashion. Can someone please give some general direction (or specific!) so that the application can call these jobs in the new SQL server 2014?

Here is the code snippet we use:

Private Sub Command45_Click()

   Set objSQL = CreateObject("SQLDMO.SQLServer")
   ' Leave as trusted connection
   objSQL.LoginSecure = True
   ' Change to match the name of your SQL server
   objSQL.Connect "Server2K14"
   Set objJob = objSQL.JobServer
   For Each job In objJob.Jobs
      If InStr(1, job.Name, "SSIS Bills") > 0 Then
         MsgBox job.Name
         MsgBox "Job Started"
      End If

End Sub

Thank you, and please let me know if I have failed to provide necessary information.
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CPKGDevTeamAuthor Commented:
The trick is that I needed to call the job from the 'MSDB' instance but then I needed the rest of the application to use the 'USERDB' instance for all other processing.

I have found that I can use a pass through query (macro embed) that will call the SQL instance that I want and then will launch the SSIS job that is waiting. Your users will need to have the correct permissions and security to perform this action. Here is the code of the pass through query to get this job to start. It is fast and it is an easy work around.

USE [msdb]



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Works perfectly.

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