If all else fails, what else can I do besides moving the databse to the local machine? I'm having the hardest time getting the datasource verified on the CF side of things. Rob Keniger wrote: > > on 10/26/00 5:41 AM, Minh Lee Goon at v7ac at sdsumus.sdstate.edu wrote: > > > I've set a data source in Windows to a database on the network and the > > file is recognized fine. In the ColdFusion Administrator, however, the > > data source is listed but not verified. I realize that I'm leaving a lot > > of vital information that would help you diagnose my problem but I don't > > even know what more to tell you. If you've had the same problem, I'd > > appreciate any help you can send my way. > > You need to directly attach to the database using the \\server\share syntax, > not using a mapped drive id. You will also need to give the ColdFusion > service network access privileges by having it run as a named user rather > than the system user. You can set this in the services control panel. > > -- > > Rob Keniger > > big bang solutions > > <mailto:rob at bigbang.net.au> > <http://www.bigbang.net.au> > > --------------------------------------- > For unsubscribe and other options, including > the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: > http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !