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I have been attempting to connect to a SQL database on my network using Monkeybread Software and each time that I attempt to do it I have encountered the same error, which I have attached here. I have set up an ODBC connection as well as made sure that I had the names correct, however I have gotten the same error message each time. Thank you for your help.

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The issue has been worked around, due to the device I'm working on (the Surface Pro X) did not take a ODBC connection I was attempting to make.

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