fonte: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/chaitanya_medikonduri/2008/04/09/how-to-run-32-bit-udl-file-on-a-64-bit-operating-system/ We’ll need to execute the command below from a command line or Start/Run : C:\Windows\syswow64\rundll32.exe “C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\System\Ole DB\oledb32.dll”,OpenDSLFile C:\test.udl Check the paths of rundll32.exe and oledb32.dll while running this command! Here you have your 32 bit OLE DB Providers.
fonte:http://blogs.office.com/2011/04/08/power-tip-improve-the-security-of-database-connections/ fonte: http://accessdatabasetutorial.com/2011/05/14/hidden-tables-in-your-microsoft-access-database/ Hidden Tables in Your Microsoft Access Database Posted on May 14, 2011 by Ben Any sophisticated piece of software like Microsoft Access will have many hidden and internal files which are archived to maintain the application’s environment and user customisations. In Access, we are talking about System Objects; in particular theMSysObjects Table which
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