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standard windows 7 user cannot open remote oracle database

standard windows 7 user cannot open remote oracle database

standard windows 7 user cannot open remote oracle database

users can open the remote oracle database when using Windows XP - but user when upgraded to Windows 7 cannot

returns - run time error 440
unable to make connection ORA - 12560 - TNS protocol adapter error

however as a domain administrator using the same PC - I can open the remote oracle database

RE: standard windows 7 user cannot open remote oracle database

looks like the Oracle client install was not done correctly and only admin has access to all required files.

this link may help some. http://nimishgarg.blogspot.ie/2013/08/ora-12560-tn...

I suspect its permissions to the oracle folder


Frederico Fonseca
SysSoft Integrated Ltd

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