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Steps to Set Up Trusted Connection

Steps to Set Up Trusted Connection

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Hi, I have a SQL 2012 database on a server, which I currently use Access on a local machine as a front end. I can access the database fine using an OBDC connection. I was hoping someone could recommend a site that lists the steps to create a trusted connection or better yet list them in a response. I had been looking at setting up a DSN less connection with the Access database, and the code works better if it's a trusted connection.
Thanks,
Michael

RE: Steps to Set Up Trusted Connection

I use connectionstrings.com for formats. Look up trusted connections there. It's fairly simple.

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