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I'm developing an inhouse application for my School Board. Visual Studio 2005 C# is a work in progress for me, so there's lot's I still don't know. The program I'm developing is meant to run on a network. Buy that I mean i execute the program from of a sever, not the local computer.

when i execue the program locally, I don't have a problem. When i run the program of a server, this is what I get

'System.Data.OleDb.OleDbPermission, System.Data, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=#############' failed, (# replaces actual digits)

Help, and thanks for reading this

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I have the same problem as you have.
Did you solved it ? If so can you tell me how please.

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It is definitely a DLL problem. Your server and local machine may not be using the same version of Oledb.

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It is definitely a DLL problem. Your server and local machine may not be using the same version of Oledb.
how can i solve this problem

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