ODBC connection fails in MS Access Pass through query

In MS Access... in Pass through query... when executing, I am getting this error 'ODBC - connection to STW failed'.

This is what I have in the Pass through query.
exec CaculateVariableFixedTimes '41428' , '2018-01-01' , '2'

The stored procedure works perfectly when I run it in SQL.  This used to work properly when I had my SQL on my local machine.  Now I am connecting to a server.   I am guessing that is the issue.  I am able to connect to my tables and queries properly.
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Kelvin SparksCommented:
The ODBC connection needs to be stored in the Pass Through Query properties. Have you done that (or you can set in VBA if that's how you're using the Pass through.


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joygomezAuthor Commented:
this is my connection string:    
strConnect = "ODBC;Driver={SQL Server};Server=" & rsTables!ServerName & ";Database=" & rsTables!DatabaseName & ";Trusted_Connection=True"

I am calling this from a event and this is what i have as below... Where below should i place the connection string?

Private Sub Form_Close()
Dim qdf As QueryDef
Set qdf = CurrentDb.QueryDefs("PassThruQuery_Main")
qdf.SQL = "exec CaculateVariableFixedTimes" & " " & "'" & Me.Text53 & "'" & " " & "," & " " & "'" & Me.Text50 & "'" & " " & "," & " " & "'" & Me.Text54 & "'"
joygomezAuthor Commented:
Thank you... i have resolved it...
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