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Default Crystal Report: 20536: Unable to logon server

I have VB 6.0 Application calling Crystal Report 7.0 based on SQL Server 2000 datbase.

I use the LogonServer method with parameter p2ssql.dll to make the database connection.

I have used the above method for my Crystal Report for last 6 years and worked fine until now but now I get the "20536: Unable to logon server " in few XP OS machines.

This again works in the test XP machine I have used, I have almost tried all things I can try to fix the problem.

Does anyone have similar problems and if so how they dealt with it.

Any help in this regard is highly appreciated.


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