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- Could you provide us some more detailled information: (1.) what version of Windows are you using (2.) how do you try to mount the share (3.) what is the exact error message you got.
All other permission has been revoked - "Domain Users" is the only right available on the share.
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Hi all, can anyone tell me if an ole Db connection (provider is Jet 4.0 to Access database) can be enlisted in a Distributed Transaction?
The goal is to copy data from Sql Server to Access within a transaction.