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Old January 19th, 2004, 10:04 PM
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Default Upsizing Wizard in Access 2003

I can not get the Upsizing Wizard to work.
XPPro
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Norton Firewall

I can get the Wizard to run on my laptop, same OS and SQL. Access 2002, no firewall.

But on the Desktop Machine no matter what I do, when I run the Upsizing Wizard it always tells me the it can't find the server or access denied. I've tried both kinds of authentication to no avail.
I can go into EM and work with the DBs. I can link them to Access via ODBC and it works.

I have tried turning off the Firewall but that doesn't help either.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Run the wizrd from the laptop. The tables are the only item you want to upsize anyway. The queries do not get upsized well at all.



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