Creating New Data Source to SQL Server…

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Administrative tools
Data Sources
ODBC
SQL Server
I am going into, Control Panel, Admin Tools, Data Sources (ODBC), under the, User DSN tab I'm choosing "Add...", then choosing SQL Server. Then under server the one I need..well there are two with the same name, how can this be?
A follow up question, not all accounts have access to this, but some do, is it because the account does not have rights? Or because the computer itself is not mapped to it?

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XP/Sql Server Dell
ASKED: May 3, 2012  5:04 PM
UPDATED: May 5, 2012  4:56 AM

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  • msi77
    > there are two with the same name Maybe these are drivers for different versions of SQL Server or for ODBC and Native Client.
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