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Pervasive SQl 2000i on Windows Server 2003

Pervasive SQl 2000i on Windows Server 2003

Pervasive SQl 2000i on Windows Server 2003

Hi Folks,

Is anyone aware of any problems with running Pervasive SQl 2000i on Windows Server 2003. I installed 2000i and then added the SP3 and SP4 updates.

If I open PCC I can access the DEMODATA database. However, if I try to add a Pervasive ODBC Engine connection it fails with the following error message:

An error occurred while retrieving the local database names. Insufficient rights to get or set information

I should probably point out that I am logged in as a domain administrator.

If I try to add a new database via PCC, i get the following error:

Cannot retrieve database names. You do not have sufficient access rights for the operation

Can anyone offer me any advice on these issues.


RE: Pervasive SQl 2000i on Windows Server 2003

I've seen those errors if you are using Terminal Services or Remote Desktop.  You might check out the following KB:

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