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When installing SQL Server 2008 or SQL Server tools, Microsoft SQL Server NativeClient 10.0 will be installed at the same time. If the SQL Server 2005 version of the SQL Server Native Client is also installed on the computer, then the SQL Server Native Client 10.0 will be installed in parallel with the earlier version.

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The SQL Server Native Client files (sqlncli10.dll, sqlnclir10.rll and s10ch_sqlncli.chm) will be installed in the following locations:

%SYSTEMROOT%system32

Be careful:

All the corresponding registry settings of the SQL Server Native Client OLE DB access interface and the SQL Server Native Client ODBC driver will be completed during the installation process.

The header and library files of the SQL Server Native Client (sqlncli.h and sqlncli 10.lib) are installed in the following locations:

%PROGRAMFILES%Microsoft SQL Server100SDK

In addition to installing the SQL Server Native Client as part of the SQL Server installation process, a redistributable installer named sqlncli.msi can also be found at the following location of the SQL Server installation disk:

%CD%Setup

Microsoft SQL Server Native Client 64 bit.1. Microsoft SQL Server Native Client 64 bit.1. Contains the SQL Server ODBC driver and the SQL Server OLE DB provider in one native dynamic link library (DLL) supporting applications using native-code APIs (ODBC, OLE DB and ADO) to Microsoft SQL Server. To download the most recent version of the SQL Server Native Client, go to Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Feature Pack. If a previous version of SQL Server Native Client earlier than SQL Server 2012 is also installed on the computer, SQL Server Native Client 11.0 will be installed side-by-side with the earlier version.

You can distribute SQL Server Native Client through sqlncli. msi. When you deploy an application, you may need to install SQL Server Native Client. One way to install multiple packages (like a single installation for users) is to use linker and bootstrap technology. For more information, see Authoring a Custom Bootstrapper Package for Visual Studio 2005 (Creating a Custom Bootstrapper Package for Visual Studio 2005) and Adding a Custom System Requirements.

The x64 and Itanium versions of sqlncli. MSI also install the 32-bit version of the SQL Server Native Client. If your application is targeting a platform other than the one it was developed on, you can download sqlncli. MSI versions for x64, Itanium, and x86 from the Microsoft Download Center.

When sqlncli. MSI is invoked, only client components are installed by default. These client components are files that support running applications developed using SQL Server Native Client. If you want to install SDK components, specify ADDLOCAL = All on the command line. For example:

msiexec /i sqlncli.msi ADDLOCAL=ALL APPGUID={0CC618CE-F36A-415E-84B4-FB1BFF6967E1}

Unload SQL Server Native Client

Because applications such as SQL Server servers and SQL Server tools depend on the SQL Server Native Client, unloading the SQL Server Native Client is only possible after all dependent applications are uninstalled. To provide users with warnings that applications depend on SQL Server Native Client, use the APPGUID installation option in MSI as follows:

msiexec /i sqlncli.msi APPGUID={0CC618CE-F36A-415E-84B4-FB1BFF6967E1}

The value passed to APPGUID is your specific product code. When using Microsoft Installer to bundle application installers, you must create product code.

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UPDATED: Once the 32 bit Native Client was located (see instructions below) simply changing 10.0 to 11.0 worked perfectlly!
Access 2010 developed on Windows 7 32 Bit - hosted on Citrix Server Windows 64 bit running Office 32 bit - linked to a SQL Server 2008r2 DB (DSN-Less)
Is the new SQL ODBC Driver 11 the same as SQL Server Native Client 11 ???
On my ODBC, the SQL Server SQl Native Client 10.0 was called Native Client. The SQL version 11 upgrade shows up as ODBC Driver 11 for SQL Server
Access 2010 Programmer that uses linked tables with SQL Server Native Client 10 on the Windows 7 (32 bit) development workstation. Rebooted both server and workstation.
The Windows 7 ODBC Data Source Administrator interface - Drivers show ODBC Driver 11 for SQL Server version 2011.110.2270.00 Can succcessfully connect to SQL Server with the 11 client.
Thought just changing the Native Client 10.0 to Native Client 11.0 would work. No such luck.
Line 50 The code below works perfectlly with Native Client 10.0 - It fails if it is changed to sQL Server Native Client 11.0.
Is there a different driver for SQL Server Native Client - or is there a different connection string?