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OLEDB jet 4.0 driver In Vista 64bit / he 'Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0' provider is not registered on the local machine

Well i think you must be thankful for me specailly for this research i am really getting the solution after 6 month research that is how to enable the oledb jet 4.0 driver in vista, i read arround 100s of articles and maximum said that is not possible to enable it and ala bla well at the end i got the answer that is so easy

Acctually that is correct that oledb jet 4.0 driver is not avaialble for 64 bit but if you run your IIS on 32 bit instead of 64 then Oledb jet will working fine

Here are the steps
Click on the Start > Program > Administrative Tool > IIS Management panel
Select the Computer name
Right click on the application pool and select properties
Select "TRUE" in Enable 32 Bit Application by default it is false

Then this problem will resolve

if you need any assitance then feel free to email me
rashidbilgrami@hotmail.com

Regards
Rashid Imran Bilgrami
CEO Best visualization
www.bestvisualization.com

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